Quick & Easy Image Transfers: Using Creative Collage Premium class

Leitha Matz, Printmaker

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7 Videos (23m)
    • Overview & Project Design

      1:55
    • Examples to Inspire You

      1:18
    • Materials & a Few Words on Copyright

      4:01
    • Physical Collage

      3:05
    • Digital Collage

      4:35
    • Four Ways to Transfer a Photocopy

      6:03
    • Direct Application of Images

      2:14

About This Class

Image transfer with photocopies is a simple way to create print designs that have a dreamy, evocative quality. In this class, I'm going to show you a few ways to do image transfers using collage design.

Collage is used everywhere from street art and advertising to clothing design, music and fine art. It's fun, and it's accessible: anyone from a kindergartener to a seasoned art professional can snip up pieces of the existing culture and reassemble them into electrifying new hybrids.

All you need is a piece of paper, fabic or wood plus a photocopy and a little acrylic gel medium. Very quickly you'll be able to make something beautful, disturbing or thought-provoking!

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I enjoyed the class. It was quick paced and full of ideas.
Very clear concise instructions.
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Leitha Matz

Printmaker

I work as a technology project manager, but when I'm not at the office, I'm always making things of my own. I especially love illustrating, writing and design.

Here at Skillshare, I focus on teaching printmaking classes -- everything from stencils to woodblock.

I find printmaking inspiring because anyone can quickly start making successful prints with very few tools. It really opens the doors to producing your vision on all kinds of materials: t-shirts, walls, stationery, labels and so much more.