Check out how good this tee-shirt came out.
It was done by Martin (with a little creative input from Banksy, who fully supports the appropriation), one of nine SF high schoolers in a screen print class I’ve been teaching at the nonprofit arts center Root Division this spring.
It can be hard at first to convince high schoolers that screenprinting in the age of mechanical reproduction is almost by definition not about technical perfection. But then we get to magic moments like this that make more sense than me talking. The shirt not only looks great but it maintains the trace of its maker: way cooler than a shirt bought at a store. Creative high schoolers understand that.