Screen printing is a specialty method of printing (also known as "Silk Screening", "Silkscreen" or "Serigraphy").
It is a stencil form of printing – inks are pressed through a fine screen stencil to create an image. The process is common for printing fabrics (such as t-shirts and tote bags), and we also use it for specialty custom print jobs.
The screen printing inks can be more opaque than other printing methods. It is a more manual (and hence more costly) process than Digital or Offset output printing.
A popular usage for screen printing is to apply white ink to the Brown Kraft stock.