Featuring Logan Square’s Illinois Centennial Monument, the use of soft-hand AOP, Liquid Silver, and Blister Metallic are what make this print technique Monumental. Mix and match iconic imagery to come up with monumental print ideas.
Logan Square is an official community area, historical neighborhood, and public square located on the northwest side of the City of Chicago. North Milwaukee Avenue is the main commercial strip and features cool independent restaurants, bars, shopping and other entertainment. Established in 1915, the Logan Theatre withstood heavy construction as the Logan Square train station was built on Milwaukee Avenue. Its last round of renovations occurred in the early 2000’s and now features a vintage bar.
Prints larger than 14”x14” in either direction, but are not all-over, are considered oversized or JUMBO.
Background graphic on this design is a 1 color AOP using chino inks for a super soft-hand feel and tonal look.
Blister Metallic is a rounded dimensional stack in a flat silver giving the look of a flat silver metal.
This handy guide helps identify the safe maximum screen print size possible on a variety of standard garment types and print locations.