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Speedball Print Posse Acrylic Screen Printing Ink

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New Inks, New Work, New Energy!

Speedball’s Print Posse professional-grade acrylic screen printing Inks provide unrivaled open time in a range of vivid colors. Each limited edition ink was specifically-formulated for each Print Posse artist to reflect their preferred palette and work style. The inks are suitable for printing on a range of surfaces, from paper to wood and primed surfaces. This impressive line of limited edition inks includes the following colors: Bird Machine Black by Jay Ryan, Peckinpah Magenta by The Amazing Hancock Brothers, Psychedelic Mex-A-Billy Pink by Carlos Hernandez, Redwood by Florence Gidez, and Tuffy Rosé by Lil’ Tuffy.

Key Features:

  • Acrylic screen printing inks
  • Professional-grade
  • Formulated by artists for artists
  • Produces intense, crisp, archival quality prints
  • Consistent viscosity and color
  • Limited edition inks
Perfect For:
  • Professional screen printers
  • Printing on paper, wood, or primed surfaces
  • Printing on holographic foil
  • Studio and classroom use
  • No-hassle, everyday studio use
  • Easy clean-up
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Speedball Print Posse Acrylic Screen Printing Ink

New Inks, New Work, New Energy!

Speedball’s Print Posse professional-grade acrylic screen printing Inks provide unrivaled open time in a range of vivid colors. Each limited edition ink was specifically-formulated for each Print Posse artist to reflect their preferred palette and work style. The inks are suitable for printing on a range of surfaces, from paper to wood and primed surfaces. This impressive line of limited edition inks includes the following colors: Bird Machine Black by Jay Ryan, Peckinpah Magenta by The Amazing Hancock Brothers, Psychedelic Mex-A-Billy Pink by Carlos Hernandez, Redwood by Florence Gidez, and Tuffy Rosé by Lil’ Tuffy.

Artist Andy MacDougall specially formulated Stick-a-Poo Joy Juice to work as an additive alongside the Posse Screenprinting inks when printing on holographic foil. Stick-a-Poo Joy Juice also works with vinyl, sintra, and other plastic surfaces.

Key Features:

  • Acrylic screen printing inks
  • Professional-grade
  • Formulated by artists for artists
  • Produces intense, crisp, archival quality prints
  • Consistent viscosity and color
  • Limited edition inks
Perfect For:
  • Professional screen printers
  • Printing on paper, wood, or primed surfaces
  • Printing on holographic foil
  • Studio and classroom use
  • No-hassle, everyday studio use
  • Easy clean-up
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Print Posse Acrylic Screen Printing Ink 8 oz Florence Gidez Redwood
Name:Posse Acrylic Screen Printing Ink
Size: 8 Oz
Color:Redwod
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  • Print Posse Acrylic Screen Printing Ink 8 oz Florence Gidez Redwood


    I am an artist working primarily in silkscreen, and an arts educator working with youth in all five boroughs of New York City. My work consists of hand-drawn and printed, color charged silkscreens on paper and dimensional constructions of ramshackle buildings, vehicles, plants, and animals. The idea of place, both in general and specific, is a theme I always return to. Moving to New York City after growing up in Vermont I felt a sense of nostalgia for rural architecture, open space, and decay. Wherever I travel there is another farm, house, bus, or shack overcome by time, vegetation, and eventually the elements that collapse them. This sense of loss is as present in many urban environments as it is in rural ones like Vermont.


    The physical spaces which we call home hold a deep resonance for me. The concept of home has become more intangible in our fraught economic reality, evolving as more of us move untethered in a globalized world. Home is both a real and imagined place. Our instinct to build safe spaces counters the inevitable forces of entropy to break it down. A dedication to craftsmanship is what draws me to architecture as subject matter and to printmaking as a medium. Silkscreen specifically allows me to transmute a range of drawing marks dip pen, brush, marker, and lithographic crayon through a process that unifies them. The diversity of textures enables me to be both graphic and painterly. I use this process additively, layering elements onto an image after printing has begun, much as buildings and landscapes are modified over time.


    WHY FLORENCE JOINED THE POSSE

    "The most powerful experience for me as young person who had always loved making things was becoming part of a community of artists through printmaking. Printmakers are community-oriented almost by nature: they are teachers and sharers of their knowledge, they often work in and create communal shops, increasing access to the artform for everyone. With the ability to make multiples through printmaking comes the opportunity to share art and messages with more viewers than other traditional artforms. Speedball honors the artists who use their products by joining forces with them. I am excited to show my love and appreciation of the printmaking community by being part of the Speedball Print Posse."


    Florence’s Limited Edition Posse Acrylic Screen Printing Ink, REDWOOD

    "I love to use bright, saturated colors in my work including neon and metallic colors but I always like to temper them with contrasting, earthy reds and browns. This is a color I can’t live without in my imagery of wooden structures and landscapes."

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