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Screen Printing: Centennial Art in the Modern Era

Screen printing has its roots in ancient China, where it was used to print on silk and paper. In the 20th century, it experienced a renaissance thanks to its versatility. This technique involves using a screen to apply ink through a predefined design. Since then, it has been essential in the world of art, advertising and industry, being valued for its quality and durability.

Although technology has advanced, screen printing continues to be prized for its ability to print on a wide range of surfaces, thus leaving a lasting legacy in the world of art and printing.

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