Screenprint perfectionist
Suburbs of Chicago

“Maybe the hardest part is deciding when a print is done. Sometimes I’ll work on one design for months, other times a few days. There’s really no timeline for reaching a perfectly imperfect screenprint piece.”

You know you’re a perfectionist when you want even want imperfections to be perfectly... imperfect. Yeah. As it goes for her screenprinting, Sarah pays a great amount of attention to tweaking every single detail of her designs. After learning to print at a studio class in Chicago, she fell in love with the process because of its similarity to photography. “I took a lot of photography classes in college and I liked how it shared some of the same craft of photography. Since I work primarily on a computer, it feels good to get my hands dirty with ink.” Perfectly imperfect. Perfectly dirty. That’s kinda how we like our crafts too.