On July 12th, the Alderney Landing Kids Art Camps "The Art of the Fantastical" invited me to do Stuffy Printing with around 30 children during their morning art camp session.
Printing station is all ready to go.
This is the classic "BEFORE" photo. ;)
Stuffy printing process works by inking up a piece of plexiglass, then squishing the stuffy into the ink, and finally by running the plate through the printing press and transfering the stuffy impression to paper.
The racoon with soccer ball - stuffy.
The Koala stuffy that looks more like a teddy bear when printed.
The dory fish.
Two little teddy bears.
The kids loved it, some of them ended up being more recognizable than others, we noticed the short hair stuffed animals or ones with varied textures worked best. It also helps if they have a distinct shape with arms and legs.
This is the classic "AFTER" photo. ;)