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Dan Mather

Screenprinter extraordinaire Dan Mather got in touch to tell us about his latest personal project titled ‘Forever Fluoro’, a beautifully hand crafted poster designed and pulled in aid of Print for Good, with all profits going to 3 different charities. This is the first release from Dan’s project entitled Print for Design — a collection of limited edition, screenprinted posters designed entirely through the process of print.

Replacing the iMac with the print bed, a roll of Rubylith and a trusty scalpel, Dan set off to work. No films were used during this process. Challenging the process of printing fluorescent inks, Forever Fluoro is an A2 sized 6 colour poster crafted and printed entirely by hand. Through overprinting techniques the poster has evolved from it’s geometric kite shape starting point into an explosion of 10 fluorescent colours printed on Black Plike (330gsm). Strictly limited edition of 30, hand numbered and signed. Nice Dan.

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    12th Oct 2012
    8:58 am
  1. Looking good Dan!

  2. Giulio
    12th Oct 2012
    10:24 am
  3. I have been screen printing for 11 years, and Dan is DEFINITELY a gem in doing this. So passionate. He has an amazing attention to detail and fantastic preparation skills.

  4. Mash
    12th Oct 2012
    12:17 pm
  5. Sterling work as always Dan

  6. Print for Good
    12th Oct 2012
    5:33 pm
  7. Humbled to have Dan on board for this PFG release. We love it. Thanks Dan! FOREVER FLUORO!

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