We are screen print specialists and we design, make and hand print a variety of products at our studio in central Manchester.

We also offer large format digital printing ranging from low cost options through to fine art glicee prints and distribution.

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In addition to this, we also deliver a range of high quality projects and workshops with various organisations, community groups and schools, run public courses and live screen printing events.

If you would like to know more about what we do then please feel free to contact us.

Screen Printing

We can print on a variety of garments, papers, boards, bags, aprons, fabric and most other flat surfaces.

We can produce from 1 to 10,000 prints with up to 6 colours on garments and up to A1 sized posters on our print bed with unlimited number of colours.

Quick turnaround is available for jobs with short deadlines – email us for more details about short turnarounds.

We have a wide variety of ink colours to choose from including metallics but we are also happy custom mix colours from cmyk and Pantone references.

All of our printing is done with Permaset Aqua water based inks, which are Soil Association accredited and don’t have a negative impact on the environment.

Check out our portfolio page for some of our favourite jobs. If you would like more information or a quote for a job please drop us an email.


We run a variety of projects, courses and workshops across the north west and beyond. From tshirt printing workshops to screen printing giant fabric murals, our sessions always provide an excellent experience.

Who we have worked with.

  • Primary Schools
  • Secondary Schools
  • YOT
  • Theatre Companies
  • Extended Schools
  • EBSD Schools
  • Art Galleries
  • Adult Courses
  • Universities
  • Charities
  • Colleges
  • Youth Intervention

What is Screen Printing?

Screen printing is a technique that uses a mesh and a negative stencil to print a repeatable image.  A squeegee is used to press ink through the mesh to create the print on a surface.

There are two screen printing methods we can use. Either the “lo-fi” method  – in which we cut shapes out of paper to use for the stencil or alternately more complex method that uses photosensitive emulsion and exposure lamps to produce the stencil.

Either way, screen printing is one of the most versatile printing methods around. It can be used to a high standard commercially and it also has an appealing DIY aesthetic – something that has been used for many years in underground scenes and subcultures to create movie posters, flyers, album sleeves and t-shirts.

What can be achieved using screen printing?

  • Garment design and printing (tshirts, totes bags, hoodies)
  • Fabric printing
  • Collaborative fabric murals
  • Fabric or paper bunting
  • Collage making
  • Surface Pattern
  • Printing onto stock (papers, card)
  • Illustration printing (participants illustrations can be set onto screens to then print)
  • All of the above can work alongside a specific theme or topic

We can work on single sessions or longer term projects all of which have a finished product. We can also arrange exhibitions or showcases for projects in which the participants have the opportunity to lead.

What will participants learn?

  • History of screen printing as a traditional method of print making
  • Improve dexterity by taking part in a hands on activity
  • Learn or improve the skill of screen printing
  • Explore a variety of screen printing techniques
  • Stenciling and creating designs
  • Understanding composition
  • Collaborative working
  • Use of creative language
  • Ability to discuss and crit their own and their peers work
  • Curating and exhibiting art work

Creative education

Our aim is to host sessions that inspire and educate. Through hands on learning and experimentation our work promotes the importance of confidence and self worth gained through creativity. Participants explore ideas, development and nurture their individuality. The sessions provide creative practical skills and knowledge to raise aspirations and achievements.

Screen printing can be used to create a diverse range of artwork and can be adapted to cover a variety of topics and themes. Sessions can be geared to all ages, abilities and group sizes. The process has a primarily hands on approach with immediate results.

Bespoke Service

Every session is tailored to suit the requirements and needs of your group. If you would like us to work alongside a curriculum or a project we can discuss what is appropriate for you, otherwise you can leave it to us to theme the sessions.

All of our facilitators are trained in various creative practices; this means we can offer a variety of options incorporated within our sessions. Are you interested in enterprise projects, fashion, textiles, photography? have an idea for a workshop but not sure how to put it into action? Then get in touch; we can make your ideas happen!

We have Public Liability Insurance and are able to carry out Risk Assessments and all of our artists and facilitators hold a full DBS check. Our sessions are held at ZArts in Hulme or Islington Mill Studios, Salford or we can arrange to deliver sessions at your venue.

For further information and prices please contact us on 07834 164 331 or sally@one69a.com.

Get in touch! We would love to hear from you!


Design Service

Design Service

We are pleased to offer a design service alongside our screen and digital printing services. We have an in house designer who can realise your graphic design/artwork needs. From fliers to artwork for garments we’d love to hear about your requirements. Check out some sample artwork below.

For further enquiries please contact us at studio@one69a.com




Screen Printing

Nathan Hughes
07592 473 070

Islington Mill
James Street
M3 5HW


Sally Gilford
07834 164 331