Many of you doubted that Mark took the time to hand screen 100 tees. And you probably doubted that he came up with the design, and burned the screens himself. But what you are forgetting is that Mark is a man of many talents and passions, and one of those passions is photo emulsion.
Here we see Mark "burning" the screen with a lamp. A delicate and precise step in the screen printing process. Once this step is completed, the screen is throughly cleaned.
And now we jump to the printing step, putting the printing in screen printing.
Running a hot iron over the design to baking it into the fibers and ensuring that it's not going to wash off. Remember, Mark had to do this 100 times, for each tee.
Once the ink has been set, all that needs to happen is waiting for them to dry. Not easy finding places to lay 100 tees around to dry. In the end it was all for a great cause, raising money for CHLA.