Danny and I were tasked with finding the best and most efficient way to print onto the goody bags. We ordered 200 blank a4 bags and needed to put 1 zine of each area in each, making 600 zines in total. We initially had the idea to stamp the bags, so we got to work on making a stamp from lino and wood with the laser cutter.
However the stamp didn’t work well enough so we attempted to screen print them. But again after exposing our screens and having everything ready the screens didn’t expose properly, leaving us without enough time to re expose. It was at this point Tom pointed out that we should use gift tags for the bags, as it fit thematically and seemed like a great deal quicker to do.