Also known as "silk screen" or "serigraphy", this method of printing uses stencils. Made of paper, stencil film, or photographic emulsion, these are fixed to a screen. Ink is squeegeed through the screen's fine mesh onto paper.
A form of stencil printing in which the stencil is adhered to a fine screen for support. Ink can be squeegeed through the screen onto paper. Screen printing can have a hard edged quality caused by the crisp edges of the stencil. Also referred to as "silk screen" and "serigraphy."