No sorry, there is a lot of set-up in the screen printing process. It takes me a long time to perfect my designs, then the silk screens are developed and artwork is printed in small batches.

However I would love to know what designs you had in mind, it may inspire my next collection, please let me know via our contact form.

It’s forcing ink onto a surface (paper in our case) through a prepared silk screen mesh to create a picture. Each colour is applied separately one at a time with a different screen used for each colour and each colour is dried before the next, it’s a very manual process. Our prints are printed by a professional local artisan printer here in Melbourne. The process and results are dramatically different from digital printing. We at Youngster favour screen-printing for it’s vibrant coloured thick ink and individual quirks that are derived from such a hands-on process.

A4 : 210mm x 300mm : 8.3 x 11.7 inches
A3 : 300mm x 420mm : 11.7 x 16.5 inches

Delivery is the responsibility of Australia Post and send uninsured to keep postage costs to a minimum, however I’m a very nice person and I want all my customers to be happy and at my discretion I may be willing to replace the order if you pay for the postage again.

To keep postage costs low all prints arrive unframed, at this stage will do not offer framing, but check-out our framing tips for some helpful and inexpensive advice.

Yes by all means. Please get in contact with us and let us know. You may use our images as long as credit is given to us and a link back to our website.