Within the scope of this project the following designs were created, of which the first picture from variant 3 made it into screen printing. Since the degree of complexity increases with the size of the printing area and the number of colours used in screen printing, you should therefore consider your motif carefully. Each colour represents its own printing process with its own screen. This means, for example, that you first make 20 printing passes with the colour red and then let it dry. Afterwards, each sheet already printed is re-aligned for the next screen and the next colour. This is repeated until all colours have passed through. The difficulty lies in the craftsmanship, as only 3 of the 20 prints turned out to be something. One of these 3 has been hanging proudly in my apartment since the project week and delights not only me, but also all visitors.