New York, NY, August 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Lithography, originating from the Greek words “stone” and “to write,” is a printing process technique that uses stone, table, or metal plates. Jason Laurits, the creator of Paste T Shirts, has been creating t-shirts for over ten years using a variety of techniques including lithography and silkscreening. Most recently, Jason Laurits has released 18 new prints as part of his limited edition collection. Each print is a limited edition lithograph that is signed and numbered at the bottom, and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity that is signed and dated by both the artist and the printmaker.
One great feature of Paste T Shirts is their ability to withstand both the elements and time. This is because every Paste T Shirt uses acid-free paper and archival ink to ensure quality and lasting vibrancy. Moreover because all prints are standard cuts, it is easier to find framing for them.
Jason Laurits first learned the silkscreening technique while aspiring to be a musician in New York. It was in the East Village where Jason first started hanging up silkscreened posters promoting shows. After moving to London, Jason’s musical talent continued to go unnoticed. To earn some extra money, Jason Laurits began making t-shirts, because of their success; Jason is still making them to this day.
About Paste T Shirts
Jason Laurits started making Paste T Shirts from a silkscreening technique on H&M shirts in the summer of 2004 in London, England. Initially the designs featured famous Brits such as the Queen of England, Prince Williams, as well as other well-known people like Gandhi and Beethoven. Today, Paste T Shirts features a huge line of interesting and ironic designs that are driven by the desire to inspire free thought.