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    explored by both designers and artists. Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein both began screen-printing in the 1960s and heavily influenced the popularity of the printing method in both art and design. It has a unique style that also influences modern graphic design. Because designers reflect on the works of earlier artists and designers for inspiration, the influence of screen-printing can still be seen in many places today. Origination and Early American Screen-Printing Simple silk screen methods were used as early as 960AD in China, but the current method wasn’t patented until the early 19th century by the Englishman Samuel Simon (A Brief History Of Screen Printing). A screen-print is achieved when ink is pushed through the screen with a squeegee and the ink is transferred onto the paper that sits beneath the screen. The stencil is either printed on the screen itself or attached to it, making ink transfer only in the desired areas. There are many different materials that can be used, but all systems work with the same basic technique (Rugolo). Following the stock market crash in 1929, President Roosevelt created the Federal Arts Project (FAP) in order to employ artists, as over 20% of Americans had lost their jobs. Many artists used the screen-printing method in order to produce thousands of posters, most of which no longer exist today. These posters were both propaganda and simply artistic pieces as one of the purposes of the FAP was to make art “part of the daily lives…

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    Then, rub the shoe polish over the same section. Next, use 2000-grit wet/dry sandpaper and water to sand the shoe polish until it disappears — a variable-speed random orbit polisher hastens the process. Then, apply rubbing compound to remove the remaining scratches. Lastly, follow up with light buffing to remove the lingering compound. Repeat this process for other scratches, then follow up by washing and waxing the entire car. 2. Tackle deep scratches with the right tools. Scratches that…

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    mourn his loss. I have since changed the way I live my life, treat my family, hold my head, and treat others. This experience changed me from being selfish to selfless. I have now learned to cherish my family and respect them. I talk to them every day because you really never know when your time will come. I’ve since treated others, whether they be my friends or strangers, with respect and to put others before myself. From my selfish acts, I 've learned, I 've had regrets, but most of all I 've…

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    Probably the most difficult deposit to deal with is deep, wet snow when ambient temperatures are slightly above the freezing point. This type of deposit should be removed with a soft brush or squeegee. Use care to avoid damage to antennas, vents, stall warning devices, vortex generators, etc., that may be concealed by the snow. Light, dry snow in subzero temperatures should be blown off whenever possible; the use of hot air is not recommended, since this would melt the snow, which would then…

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    Wiper Blades Essay

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    windscreen contact for improved wiping and visibility. The blade is made of a special rubber compound that provides a consistent and clean wipe. The wiper is fitted with spoiler which provides a downward force that presses the wiper blade firmly to the windscreen. This aerodynamic design keeps the wiper blade on the windscreen even at high speeds or in heavy weather. The blade has a special natural rubber wiping edge which remains flexible even in extreme weather. 4. Rain X Weather beater…

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    image appears to me as a blurry photograph inside of a car that is going through a car wash. It amazes me how well he was able to make this image appear as a photograph without it being one in the first place. It seems so raw and out there. This style of painting is far from the linear paintings we have studied before in class, rather it is modern and abstract. I also believe Richter made this piece the way he did so that people are able to connect events happening in their personal lives to the…

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    The Pros And Cons Of Vinyl

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    Then the person gets the vinyl itself and maps it out. Make sure that the vinyl is completely squared and is exactly where it's suppose to go by . Then after that, peel the vinyl off of the backing of the wrap. Then “Once the adhesive is exposed, stick the vinyl onto the center of the body panel, or start on one side. It can be smoothed out with your hands, or a plastic or Teflon squeegee. During this process, you can stretch the vinyl to fit over curves or reposition it. Just be careful how you…

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    Deputy Mayor Fran Reiter used logic to argue why DAS’s budget shouldn’t get cut. In the end, he decided not only not to cut the budget, but also to actually increase it because he heard her out before making his final decision. His final lesson of this chapter is, “A leader has to be strong enough to make his own decisions, and stick to them even when they’re unpopular; but he also must be self-confident enough to solicit opinions and change his mind without worrying that he’ll appear weak”…

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    Andy Warhol's Soup

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    Andy Warhol used photo silkscreen process in creating his piece. To do this system Warhol used a mesh cloth that was stretched over a heavy wooden frame and then the design, painted on the screen by tusche or affixed by stencil, is printed by having a squeegee force color through the pores of the material in areas not blocked out by a glue sizing. The silkscreen process before use to be only used for mass advertisements because of its fast processes. Warhol used this process in creating…

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    directly on the surface that consists of the prepared paper that was created in 1907 by the Commercial Camera Company that later became known as the Photostat Corporation with the beginning of business beginning in the industrial revolution when people demanded something more than hand copying that led to the manifold writer, the Blue Process, stencil duplicators, and Cyclostyle to be created to copy baths, books, roller copiers, blueprints and many other things that people needed. Screen…

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