Note:Printed banners are useful for mass-producing large images.
Pictures for banners may be cut out of masonite
like giant woodcuts and printed on thin cotton if you are using
oil-based inks. If you are using water-based inks, you can cut prints
out of cardboard; these don't print well on cotton: they print better
on thin lining cloth. Cut the different parts of the print apart
and ink them separately, then reassemble them and drop cloth on them
carefully, so there are no wrinkles. Rub the cloth so that the ink
comes through, and you have a two-sided banner.
Or cut a giant stencil out of dropcloth plastic and
ink over it with paint rollers.
See Photo of Banners
See The Street is a Shining Sea
See Midnight Ramble
See Purim Play
See The Story of Fred and Ed (2001-2005)
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