Inkodye print by Jalene Hernández.
Original photo by Will Myers. 5×7, taken with black and white film on an early ’80s 35mm, a AE-1 Program Canon.
Found three shirts at the thrift store for less than $5! And they just magically turned out to be summer sunset colors. Perfect! Measure and decide how big to make negative.
Order supplies and create big-ass negative from local screen printing shop, Gowanus Print Lab.
After inking shirt and attaching negative it’s time to expose in the sun for 10 minutes
All done printing. Now into the wash to get out the rest of the dye so it doesn’t develop any more when you wear the shirt outside. (Oh, and cleaning. I hate that part of the creative process.)