99% of our work is screen printed by hand in our shop. Screen printing is a very old and very laborious printing technique. An artist uses a rubber squeegee and a stencil on a silkscreen to pull a layer of ink onto the paper. Unlike a poster made by a digital printer, the ink sits on top of the paper, so that the print is slightly 3-dimensional. You can feel the ink when you run your hand over the print and it creates a beautiful contrast between the textured fibers of the paper and the ink.