Unformatted text preview: concept of stenciling. The idea of using a silk fabric as a screen to hold a tieless stencil is generally credited to Samuel Simon of Manchester, who patented the silkscreen process in England in 1907 (10). This process is one of the most versatile and important graphic printing methods still used today, and it is used for printing on fabric, posters, signs, walls, and more....
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- Spring '10
- Gutenberg, moveable type printing, relatively new method, Samuel Simon