In today’s computer driven design and technology world, it is refreshing to see top designers reverting back to traditional methods of product creation, which is exactly what Danish graphic designer Aaron von Freter did with his Jack & Jones t-shirt printing project.
Block printing is very much back in fashion, and the feedback from the use of this rubber block printing at large events was extremely positive. Due to the manual process involved in the t-shirt production, each design ends up being completely unique, and customers simply love to receive one of a kind handmade items.
Most of the graphic design inspiration we like to share can be directly related to digital printing and even though this is block printing – an entirely different process for image transfer – we still love the look. The faded ink appearance of block printing can be replicated through graphic design programs and reproduced on a large scale, much more quickly than block printing. And though we don’t print on fabrics like T-shirts, the block printing charm can be applied to posters, invitations and other promotional materials. Take a look below!
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