• T-shirt screening In Photo II on May 21, Brandon Nguyen and Russell Drumright use the sun to print images onto t-shirts. “First, we roll Inkodye, a light-sensitive chemical that reacts to light, onto a white t-shirt. We choose a digital image and print the negative of that image onto a transparency. We place that onto the Inkodye-soaked T-shirt and let it sit in the sun for roughly 10 minutes. I liked on how mine turned out and the process was very interesting,” Nguyen said. Photo by B. MEYER



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