We’re gearing up for an upcoming event with Levi’s® this mid-June where we will be customizing purchased items in-store using our very own Stencil1 stencils! More details to come. Here’s a little preview of what you can expect for the event.
Things you will need: Any T-shirt, paint and a paint brush, and a Stencil1 Small Image stencil.
Place the stencil of your choice on the shirt. We placed the 6 x 6 Anchor Stencil right above the chest area on the left. Use some tape, if necessary, on the top and bottom of the stencil to hold the stencil in place.
Using your brush, pick up some paint and dab the excess paint on a paper towel or plate. This will ensure that paint will not seep through under the stencil or through the shirt.
Once the paint is dry, carefully lift the stencil to reveal the final product!
Repeat throughout the shirt as much as you’d like! We decided to stop here and keep it minimal. This is a perfect way to amp up your wardrobe for the Summer.
We want to see your amped up Summer wardrobe! Share it with us @Stencil1
Summer is just around the corner! Finally, a break from the cold, rainy weather. Step out and enjoy the sun with a Stencil1 DIY tote bag! This how-to will teach you transform your eco-friendly, yet plain, recycled tote bag into a brand new, edgy tote!
Get creative! Start off by spraying your bag with the spray ink. Then, continue to layer over the ink with your favorite stencils until you are satisfied.
Now hop on your bike and you’re good to go!
We want to see your DIY Summer tote bag. Share it with us @Stencil1!
I recently designed and donated a print to be sold at a Housing Works event DESIGN ON A DIME. The inspiration was champagne bubbles and was printed on gold metallic paper with a black ink.
We donated our print to 513 Design Studio, an award-winning, multi-disciplinary creative agency, and they created a booth with our print inside.
The print sold in 10 minutes with all proceeds going to charity, I couldn’t be happier!
513 Design Studio also made the editors at Fashion Times Top 5 favorite booths at the event!
Recently, Stencil1′s very own, Ed Roth, did an interview with Vickie Howell from CRAFT-ish! Get to know more about Ed and Stencil1 in this podcast as Vickie talks with him about navigating the space between mainstream and indie, art vs. craft, and the inspiration he finds from Brooklyn living.
It’s also available on iTunes and SoundCloud!
Vickie Howell is an author, designer, instructor, and broadcast personality in the craft world with a penchant for motivational speaking, and social media marketing.
Vickie is most well-known as the Host and Creative Consultant of DIY Network’s Knitty Gritty, her best selling knitting, crochet, and craft books, and her accessible, inclusive approach to nurturing the creative community via print, video and social media.
Check out Vickie’s site vickiehowell.com for more DIY projects and inspiration, and for more CRAFT-ish podcasts with Vickie and many other creative experts!
Get some new gear for your wardrobe and home with cups, hoodies, t-shirts, phone cases and even watches!
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Dont wait too long, offer ends on April 13, 2016! Share your Stencil1 Modify gear with us @stencil1 !
As many of you know, Stencil1 had the opportunity to be a part of Bloomingdale’s Trunk Show event, Meet the Makers! This event was essentially an opportunity for three craftsmen from Brooklyn to showcase their brand and what their products stand for. Stencil1 creator Ed Roth set up art pieces and items like stencils, journals, hand-made prints, and shirts for guests to see and purchase.
Inspired by street art and a passion for DIY craft, Ed Roth started Stencil1 and evolved it into a cutting-edge design brand. His contemporary stencil work comes in all shapes and sizes, from clothing to furniture to wall art, and his books and TV appearances have inspired a new generation of DIYers to reinvent their clothes and homes.
Craftsmanship. It’s at the core of what we love-from a deftly tailored blazer to hand-burnished wingtips. In truth, our taste for finely crafted pieces goes well beyond wardrobes
Check out these photos from the event!
Then it was time to celebrate with drinks and great music!
We would like to thank Bloomingdale’s for this amazing opportunity. It was an honor and one of a kind experience to be surrounded by fellow craftsmen, as well as the guests that supported us. Not to mention, it was a surreal to be placed next to the Burberry, Rag and Bone, and John Varvatos counters. We would also like to thank all of our fans who have supported us through out the years! Got any photos from the Meet the Makers event? Share them with us @stencil1 !