the year that felt like two

portrait (i can't stand myself) . 2021

this wasn’t how i planned my end of year post to look like. i would’ve liked to have shared an artwork i created as greeting cards for loved ones, and reflect on how the year was. but with having to quarantine after testing positive for covid, this year’s post will be slightly different. 
i type this as i self isolate in my bedroom which i've had a strange relationship with through recent years. i’ve felt i had overgrown my bedroom awhile ago, and have neglected keeping it a comfortable, tidy space because of it. i think quarantining in a space that i've been avoiding has forced me to reconnect with it again –  i'm enjoying my room for the first time in awhile, reading comics and watching movies which i used to do when i was younger. it’s made me realise that this is a space i need to take care of more. fingers crossed i carry through…
now back to my year in review – i never imagined that by the end of the year, i’d say 2021 was tougher than last year. it really felt like two years clumped into one! the first half of 2021 felt very much like 2020, while the second half shifted gears during what was one of the hottest summers experienced. 2021 was the busiest i’ve been with work since the pandemic started, and i’m truly grateful for that. but at the same time, i was disappointed with people’s bad working habits that consist of ridiculous timelines and an expectation that work needs to get done regardless of any circumstances. i’ve had some of my worst client experiences this year, and unfortunately have been burnt out because of it.
and to no surprise, the local art world continued to show it’s true colours and i continue to question my place in it. it’s a real shame to see how corporatised the art world has become, where acknowledgement of one’s work and practise is mostly through institutional channels and participations. it feels like (and i cant emphasise this enough) everyone’s working with the same artists, same curators, same art jargon, looking for some sort of institutional approval or validation. it’s all so banal and contrived, not inspiring, nor challenging or creative. and with confusions about the art world, i’ve also been disappointed with the behaviours of some friends and peers. it feels like everyone’s performing these days, longing for some inclusion and acceptance in this contrived bubble. sometimes i wonder maybe i’m the crazy one with my opinions. but there are enough people out there who agree that these things are happening, and it’s not cool. the last two years have really brought out the true colours of many. and it’s a shame when your closest friends are the ones that have completely changed. with that said, i’m ready to face 2022 with everything i’ve learnt this year. and i know family and the truest of friends are there for me to not face anything alone…
so here it is – my 21st post for the year 2021. it has been a difficult one, and who knows what to expect next. but here’s hoping it’ll be less crazy than what just happened. stay tuned in 2022 where i’ll be sharing projects that i worked on this year but was unable to make time to post about, as well as some new ones. 
seasons greetings, happy new year, and see you on the other side. and as always, may 2022 be good to us all…
ps – if anyone is wondering, i did dance this year. and it was wonderful… 



doors . 2021

at 'welcome! 10 years of swatch art peace hotel' exhibition . 2021

at 'welcome! 10 years of swatch art peace hotel' exhibition . 2021

once in awhile i get to work with some really cool clients. and on this occasion, it was none other than swatch!
i was invited (alongside 4 other artists) by team swatch to create a design that customers can personalise and have printed as their very own swatch, part of the expo2020 dubai collection for their swatch x you campaign. the collection also tied in with the ten year anniversary of the swatch art peace hotel, their artist residency space in shanghai.
i submitted an illustration titled 'doors' which is a collection of motifs derived from the ornamental metalwork on doors and gates of old, traditional uae homes of the past. i find the designs so beautiful and graphic, and wish they were still a thing today. i created a pattern of these ornate designs for application on a swatch. doors can be gateways to the past, and i wanted this illustration to be a moment in time that you can carry with you.
to commemorate this project, the artworks and swatches are on show at the 'welcome! 10 years of swatch art peace hotel' exhibition at alserkal avenue! if you want to check it out in person, you have until the 31st of march 2022! more exhibition details here. and the most important thing – to get your very own customised khalid mezaina swatch, head to the make your watch page here
i used to love my flik flak watch as a kid, so to work with swatch all these years later is pretty cool! thank you swatch for the opportunity, sultan al qassemi for nominating me for this project, and alserkal avenue for hosting the show.



wake (page 1) . 2021

wake (page 2) . 2021
wake (page 3) . 2021

wake (page 4) . 2021

wake (page 5) . 2021

wake (page 6) . 2021

'wake' in corniche . 2021

i'm happy to announce my participation in the third volume of 'corniche', an annual comics anthology published by the sharjah art foundation (saf). i've been included in all volumes so far, and it's truly an honour to continuously be a part of this amazing publication, alongside many of my talented friends and peers.
'wake' was quite an emotional comic to make. as mentioned in an earlier post, i had someone dearest to my heart pass away over the summer (see here). i felt i wasn't able to mourn her passing properly because we were in different parts of the world, and i didn't get a chance to speak to her one last time before the sad news. i think making this comic was a way of releasing this unresolved energy and emotion, and in someway, give myself a sense of closure.
i won't say too much – i hope the comic speaks for itself, and that you enjoy it. if she's reading this, i hope she enjoys it too!
thank you team saf for having me on board always, and to nasir nasrallah – talented artist and the brains behind this amazing anthology.
i dedicate 'wake' to sina, and to anyone who needs to be remided that those who pass on never go away...


working in the field

working in the field . 2021

i'm happy to share my second participation in médecins sans frontières lebanon's 2021 inktober campaign (see my contribution last year here). for this year's illustration, i worked with the theme 'working in the field', highlighting the efforts of the msf staff in dangerous conditions and circumstances. some examples of on ground humanitarian assistance are providing medical care in war torn areas, setting up make shift clinics with almost no resources, and supplying aid to communities with limited or no access.
it's amazing the work that msf volunteers and staff do to help underprivileged communities, giving each human a chance to live and survive. i sometimes feel that art can be such a shallow industry when comparing it to organisations like msf. but being able to contribute through illustration and work together with an organisation like theirs makes what i do important as well.
i hope whoever sees this enjoys the final illustration. i've also included a little gif at the end of this post to show the different stages of the illustration process. thanks msf lebanon for the opportunity once again. and also, do head to their instagram page to check out the other illustrations from this year's campaign (see here).
lastly, do make sure to head to the msf website and contribute, volunteer or donate to make this world a better place for someone in need...

'working in the field' process . 2021


the scribe (or tawĩ digger)

'the scribe (or tawĩ digger)' stamp design . 2021 (image courtesy of elaa)

'the scribe (or tawĩ digger)' stamp design . 2021 (image courtesy of elaa)

i'm so excited to finally share this – i've officially had my work printed on stamps!
having a stamp design is one of those small achievements for an illustrator. there's this wonderful, rich history of illustrators and artists creating works for commemorative stamps that are shared with the masses and go on their own journeys around the globe, later becoming these intimate collectors items.
i was approached by luxury pen brand elaa, to create artwork for a limited run of stamps for their inaugural pen launch, called 'touine'. the pen is absolutely beautiful – made from the fronds of palm trees, making each pen in the collection unique, limited to only 71 of these being produced.
i was inspired by the idea of a scribe when i started working on this, and shared one of the preliminary designs in a previous post which didn't make the cut (see here). the client wanted a more distinct 'khalid mezaina' illustration, so i came up with a design featuring my dancing figures which i've been drawing over the last couple of covid years! i had my abstract scribe carrying a pen and ink bottle and created 2 colourways of the final design. i'm really happy with how these stamps turned out. the title of the stamp 'the scribe (or tawĩ digger)' pays homage to the well diggers in the harsh desert conditions of the past. 
thank you moustafa, the man behind it all, for the opportunity, and having me be a small part of the elaa story. do make sure to head to the elaa website to learn about the brand and check out the product line. it truly is stunning.


history of the dj

'history of the dj' illustration . 2021

'history of the dj' timeline (gif) . 2021

'history of the dj' final mural . 2021

'history of the dj' final mural . 2021

'history of the dj' final mural (detail) . 2021

'history of the dj' final mural (detail) . 2021

'history of the dj' final mural . 2021

this is by far my favourite project i worked on this year, and probably one that i'm most proud of! i was invited by selecta – a dj + nightclub systems retail store, to work on a mural for their recently opened space. they wanted a visual timeline of the history of dj-ing, from how it all started to where we are today.
if you're a follower of my work, you'd probably know by now how much music means to me. i think the lack of not being able to go out to clubs and dance last year manifested a few projects about music this year, and this one is my most valued of the bunch! working on a mural about dance music, dj-ing and club culture was a dream come true. i learnt so much in the process through the research phase of this project about key figures and djs that left their legacy in the industry, and understanding the equipment and advancement in their technologies through the decades. i was so excited about illustrating things that i love about the history of music and club culture – the emergence of disco and chicago house music in the 70s & 80s, raves in the 90s... i also added a few easter eggs along the way – can you spot donna summer and keith haring?!
i was so happy with the final illustration, and felt a sense of pride when i walked into selecta to see the mural in person. this was truly made from the heart, and i hope whoever comes across this mural sees that. thank you wid + hassan for reaching out and having me on board for this. hope it wasn't too much of a bumpy ride getting this done! but i think we have something beautiful installed in the space. 
if anyone's in town, and wants to support this local grown store or check out the mural, please go and see it all in person. congratulations to the selecta team on the opening of the store. blessings and good vibes always...


everlasting disco

dancing masks (everlasting disco) photo series . 2021

welcome to the everlasting disco! i'm so happy to be sharing this photo series i worked on with my dearest friend and talented photographer saeed khalifa.
i've been meaning to document the 'dancing masks' i worked on during my art residency at the cultural foundation in abu dhabi between october to december of last year (see blog post on that here). i wanted to bring them to life in some way, and reflect the themes i was thinking of when working on them. saeed came in and was given free reign to direct the photoshoot, and visually captured exactly what i had in mind – commemorating dancing during a time i was unable to, the feeling of transcendence with dance that's beyond the human experience, what's concealed or revealed in a space like a night club/disco, adornment and the rituals that come with a night out dancing. i'm so so happy with how these images turned out. the photos really encapsulate my experiences on the dance floor, completely void of my identity, presenting this other being that appears when dancing in dark, club spaces.
i've always wanted to collaborate with saeed on a project, and this felt like the perfect opportunity. just a little credit break down – masks designed and modelled by me. and the creative direction and photography are by saeed. thank you saeed for these. we did a pretty good job! also, for anyone in need of a professional photographer, please get in touch with saeed – he is proper talent!


tub time

tub time . 2021

here's an illustration of my bathtub after almost two months of no blog posts! the silence has mainly been because of being occupied with a lot of work and no time for anything else. i've also been occupied with some house maintenance work, heavy decluttering, and an unfortunate infestation of termites! in addition to this year's unbearable heat, this has been quite the cruel summer.
with that being said, it's during these stressful times that i find myself finding solace in my bathtub! a domestic space used for moments of disconnect – it's where i go to escape from everything and everyone. it's where i get a lot of reading, thinking and sleeping done. it's me time; for reflecting over all that happened in a long day, or managing feels and moments of existentialism in silence. sometimes, the best ideas for projects come in these quiet moments in my tub! it really is a space where i let my mind wander, and allow for a little zen into my life...
i have been slightly overwhelmed with work, and i think i just needed a mental break to illustrate something that had nothing to do with client projects. i really like how the final illustration turned out in the end.
stay tuned for posts very soon, on projects that i've been working on and have been unable to announce or share. i hope they're worth the wait. until then, signing off and heading to my tub to call it a day...


a scribe for a stamp unused

'ancient egyptian scribe' . 2021

'ancient egyptian scribe' stamp application . 2021

keeping this post short and sweet – i recently worked on a couple of illustrations for application on a postage stamp, for a client's upcoming project. i can't share the final selected illustration just yet, but i was really happy with how this illustration turned out, and felt it was worth sharing even though it won't be used.
i immediately thought of the origins of the first writing tools created. i came across the scribes of ancient egypt and was inspired by the beautiful hieroglyphs showing these honourable men and/or women who were trained to read and write, and document what is now their ancient histories. 
i feel this particular illustration is a slightly new direction to my current style, but still very much me. i was curious to see how the illustration would look like as a stamp, so i dropped it into a postage stamp template (as shown above). i hope whoever sees this likes it as much as i do, and it reminds them of the beautiful stamp designs that were created in the arab world of yesteryear...



sina . 2021

the kindest soul i've ever known has left this world. a woman with the purest heart, always putting others before herself. she didn't have the easiest life, but her faith and spirit was never broken. i'm so blessed our paths crossed on this earth, and i felt her love since the day i was born.
to grieve the loss of a loved one is always hard and extremely personal. but when someone special impacts your world, you can't help but share the love. it's hard not to get emotional, but there's so much love when i think about her, there's no other way to remember her legacy but in the best of light. 
i'm going to miss you so much. rest in peace sina. you'll always be with me, never forgotten. i love you and thank you, for everything...


navigating digital identities

'the histories we create' . 2021

'translations, bodies and paratexts' . 2021

'representing humanity in a virtual reality' . 2021

'bias and inequity in the digital space' . 2021

i'm really happy to be sharing this project i've been working on with the nyuad art gallery over the last couple of months. i was invited by the gallery to work on live illustrations for their online talk series 'navigating digital identities', in conjunction with the online exhibition 'not in, of, along, or relating to a line'.
each talk centred around specific themes from the show, with invited speakers and exhibiting artists discussing topics ranging from speculative narratives to discrimination on digital platforms. the discussions were extremely fascinating and i learnt so much from attending and illustrating ideas and points shared by all the speakers.
i tend to get very nervous when working on live illustrations and generally avoid them. i begin to question whether i'm illustrating the right points, or whether my on the spot drawings are even good! it's definitely a certain skill that comes with practise, and this opportunity was definitely helpful in building confidence and getting more comfortable with the process of live, visual note taking.
the illustrations above are the final results from all four panel talks. i'm really satisfied with how they turned out. in the end, i realised that it's not about accurately documenting what's being communicated, but more an artist's interpretation of an event. with that in mind, i tried to be playful with what i illustrated during the 60 minutes of each talk, highlighting topics and discussions the way i understood it.
i'm really excited to be sharing these, as they're quite different from past client-based illustration projects i've worked on. thank you to the nyuad art gallery team, for having me on board and for their patience as i tried to deliver these illustrations on time. lastly, if anyone's interested in viewing any of the talks, they're all available to watch online via the gallery's youtube page. if you do watch them, maybe you can reference the illustrations and compare notes!!!


city scarf at made in tashkeel

city scarf at made in tashkeel . 2021

city scarf at made in tashkeel (detail) . 2021

city scarf at made in tashkeel . 2021

city scarf at made in tashkeel (detail) . 2021

my favourite tashkeel exhibition is back! 'made in tashkeel' is here for the summer, and i'm happy to announce my participation with a new textile piece.
titled 'city scarf', the initial design was created as a prototype pitched for an upcoming shop selling locally designed products. unfortunately, the scarf got rejected, but everything happens for a reason i guess. 'city scarf' was designed as a wearable headscarf, which can also be worn around your neck and over your shoulders. the scarf is made of linen, hand dyed and screen printed in the textiles studio at tashkeel. the visuals reference the architectural vernacular around the city – from traditional wind towers to today's modern glass towers. when adorned, it's as if the wearer is carrying a part of the city with them at all times.
this is my fourth time exhibiting in a 'made in tashkeel' show. i look forward to this exhibition each year as it showcases works by tashkeel members and from the wider tashkeel family. it's an approachable exhibition, filled with humble, genuine works that doesn't feel pretentious. it's also an authentic showcase of the local art scene and what is really happening here.
this year's 'made in tashkeel' is really great and if you're in town please check it out. the exhibition is officially open and runs until september 7. for details on the show, to book your slot to visit the gallery, or to attend a guided tour, check out the exhibition page via tashkeel's website. there's also an online catalogue to download and learn more about each artist and their works, as well as a few workshops scheduled over the coming months (including a screen printing workshop by me).
thank you team tashkeel for having me be a part of 'made in tashkeel' once again...


summer camp screenprinting goodies

'screen printing goodies' workshop announcement . 2021 (courtesy of tashkeel)

it's that time of year again – summer is upon us and the heat is on! it's also the season where tashkeel's 'summer camp' is back! i'll be teaching a 'screenprinting goodies' workshop for children aged 12-16. kids will learn how to create stencil designs using drawing fluid and screen filler, directly drawing on a silkscreen to create their designs and print onto tees, totes, or anything else!
'screenprinting goodies' will happen on saturday, 15 july, from 10am – 1pm. for registration details, and more information on the workshop, click here
if screenprinting isn't your cup of tea, there are other fun workshops being offered during summer camp for age groups 8-11 and 12-16 – check out the listings on tashkeel's workshops page here.
as i post this, there are only 2 spots remaining in 'screenprinting goodies'. so make sure to register soon to not want to lose your spot.
looking forward to seeing you all at tashkeel's summer camp...


scripts and calligraphy: a timeless journey

scripts and calligraphy: a timeless journey e-announcement . 2021

i have another international exhibition announcement to make – i'm exhibiting my work in saudi arabia!
if you happen to be in saudi, please do attend the 'scripts and calligraphy: a timeless journey' exhibition at the national museum in riyadh. the exhibition is an extensive look into the art and history of calligraphy and the arabic script. i'm included in the second iteration of the 'nomadic scripts' showcase, curated by huda abifares of the khatt foundation (check out a previous post of my participation in the first 'nomadic traces' here).
nomadic traces 2.0 continues to highlight historical scripts that preceded arabic through designed objects. i'm so happy to be exhibiting my 'if speech is silver...' textiles series once again, especially in saudi where some of the selected scripts i worked with on my pieces originate from the area. along with the three existing pieces that were exhibited in 2019, i also have a new piece specifically commissioned for the show – here's a previous post about the entire collection.
'scripts and calligraphy[..]' runs until 21 august 2021. if you check out the exhibition, please share pictures if you can, as i unfortunately won't be able to attend. hopefully i'll share exhibition/installation photos in a future post...


east – east: vol 4: the curio shop

'east – east: vol 4: the curio shop' e-announcement . 2021 (courtesy of sophie mayuko arni)

i'm exhibiting in tokyo!!! i'm very happy to announce that i am part of the fourth volume of the 'east – east' group show. i participated in the first two volumes back in 2016 (see volume 1 & volume 2), and was my last exhibition in the emirates before moving away for the next two years to pursue my mfa. i'm so glad to be back for the fourth edition, this time in japan!!!
curated by sophie mayuko arni, the exhibition will spread across three venues around tokyo between june and july. please find more information on the exhibition below:

east – east: volume 4: the curio shop
as asia is increasingly gaining traction as the new cultural epicenter, the ‘east – east’ exhibition series aims to explore the layers of cultural exchange at play between contemporary artists from the arabian gulf and japan.
this fourth volume’s title is ‘the curio shop’. inspired by the title of felice beato’s photograph taken in yokohama in 1868, this exhibition seeks to transpose the idea of the 'curio' in today’s tokyo. 'curios', a 19th-century abbreviation for 'curiosities', is used to describe works of fine craftsmanship sold in japan to early foreign settlers. two centuries later, instead of lacquerware and porcelain vases, anime and digital art have emerged as today’s japanese curios. in the gulf, images of postmodern architecture have emerged as some sort of 'jpg curio', instantly recognisable images of its booming economy. this exhibition will present a contemporary version of a cabinet of curiosities blending these two geographies together.

part i: june 18 – july 2, @ hb.nezu
part ii: july 1 - 24, @ ily hub
part iii: july 8 - 23, @ block house b1f

if anyone's in tokyo, please do check out the exhibition(s). tokyo is one of my favorite cities in the world, and has inspired me in so many ways. i haven't been to tokyo since 2006, but it left such a great impression on me. i can't wait to go back and visit when the world is in a better place.
thank you sophie for including me in your exhibition again. can't wait to see how it all looks once opened – stay tuned for photos in a future post...



'crowntee' illustration . 2021


those who know me know how important music is to me. it's always been an important part of my life – songs that have connections to so many memories and individuals in my life over the last 30+ years! like nietzche said, 'without music, life would be a mistake'...i can't agree more.
so when music related projects come my way (which aren't very often), i never pass up the opportunity. i was approached by nasser alqatami, the man behind loft965, to create a cover artwork for his latest playlist. in case you don't know, loft965 is a music blog from kuwait that started in the late '00s, which i have been following ever since. it was (& still is) a great resource with up to date news from the music world, featuring announcements, news, and great playlists! i was lucky to finally meet nasser at the end of last year, hitting it off immediately, and keeping up with each other's knowledge and love for music.
for his latest playlist, titled 'crowntee', the brief was pretty simple – create an artwork for a pop infused playlist filled with pop queens, princesses, and few of the boys! also, nasser wanted to honour sarah harding, one of the members of pop group 'girls aloud', who is unfortunately battling late stages of cancer. she has a song titled 'wear it like a crown', and that's pretty much where the idea for the artwork came from.
i think the spontaneity of working on this led to a fun illustration which we both really liked. plus it's a step closer to making my dreams of working on album cover artwork come true! thank you nasser for asking me to do this. it's truly an honour to be asked to share my work on a blog that i've followed for so many years.
please make sure to listen to the 'crowntee' playlist here. it's a fun listen, and definitely has something for everyone...


ramadan 2021

ramadan e-card . 2021 (by azim al ghussein + khalid mezaina)

it's that time of year again – ramadan greetings to all those observing. may this month be filled with blessings and answered prayers...
i was invited by the shaikha salama bint hamdan al nahyan foundation (shf) to work on their ramadan e-greeting card which would be shared through their social media accounts and newsletter. i had the honour to work with my > + ∞ (great + everlasting) collaborator, azim al ghussein on an artwork we're both very proud of.
we were inspired by the devotional act of 'tasbih' – uttering the various names of god using prayer beads or one's fingers, and the cycle of the moon. i think we were successful in creating something quite magical and beautiful. we're both very happy with the version you see above, but the foundation moved forward with a simpler version as their final e-card to share on their channels (see artwork below). 
we're happy with both e-cards, and hope you enjoy them too (wherever you come across these). thank you to team shf for the opportunity to create and share our work. head to their instagram page and share the love! and thank you azim for working together on this. to future collaborations inshallah...

shf ramadan e-card . 2021 (by azim al ghussein + khalid mezaina)


stamping rugs at spring camp

spring camp: stamping rugs workshop e-vite . 2021

calling all parents with children aged 8-12 – tashkeel's spring camp is back!!! there are some exciting workshops happening from march 28 until april 1. i'll be teaching a 'stamping rugs' workshop where children will learn how to print patterns onto a textile surface, using stamps they've created. it'll be super fun, and teach children how to can come up with multiple pattern designs through repetition!
'stamping rugs' will be on thursday, 1 april 2021, from 10am – 1pm. for details and registration click here. keeping with covid restrictions, the number of participants are limited to five, so make sure to register asap! and if anyone's interested in seeing what other workshops are being offered at spring camp, check out the workshop listings page here.


first day of spring

mama mima . 2021

it's the first day of spring, and i'm ready to update my blog! i took a couple of months off from posting anything over here and on my socials. i think i just needed a break from feeling the need to constantly update my digital platforms. besides things being very slow over the last couple of months, i myself wanted to take things slow, live a more gentler life. i'm reading a lot, listening to my vinyls, and feeding a family of cats that decided to call our garden shed their home!
i'm happy to say that things are slowly picking up again in the work department. i've been receiving emails for projects which is great. i'm currently working on a couple of cool assignments, so stay tuned for upcoming blogposts about it all. until then, i wanted to commemorate the first day of spring! spring's a time for renewal and rejuvenation, so here's hoping the next chapter in everyone's life is nothing but positive. maybe we'll be able to get rid of covid once and for all!
in the arab world, the first day of spring also marks mother's day. so here's wishing all the mothers out there! it's not easy being a mum, but they do their best. blessings to all the mothers out there, and to my mum, who gave nothing but her best. i really enjoyed working on this illustration of her. i hope she likes it too. 

*'mama mima' is what her grandchildren call her, because she refuses to be called 'grandmother'. hah...


'screen printing: expand your practice' is back

'screen printing: expand your practice' workshop e-vite . 2021

i'm so happy to announce that my workshop series 'screen printing: expand your practice' is back by popular demand! this will be my third time teaching this four week course, and i look forward to meeting a new group of screen printing enthusiasts!
due to pandemic restrictions, the number of participants is strictly limited to only five. so make sure to sign up as soon as you can! 'screen printing: expand your practice' will be held every saturday during the month of february (6, 13, 20 and 27) from 2 – 5 pm, at tashkeel. for more information and to register for the course, head to the workshop page via tashkeel's website here.
during each session, participants will be introduced to a method of screen printing, including making paper stencils, using drawing fluid and screen filler, exposing digitally printed designs onto a silkscreen using photo emulsion, and experimenting with silkscreen mono printing! whether screen printing is new to you, or if you're familiar with it and need to brush up on your skills, this workshop is for you! this is a very experimental course where you'll understand the process behind screen printing and be explorative with the process.
i end this post with a gif of some examples of prints by participants from previous editions of the workshop. as you'll notice, screen printing is fun, and can lead to some awesome results...

select results from previous 'screen printing: expand your practice' workshops . 2020