Last weekend I taught a workshop "Expanding the Digital Print on Uncommon Surfaces", at HGA's Convergence 2010 in Albuquerque New Mexico. It was a great group and even in the constraints of the short time of the workshop, the class produced some awesome results. One of my favorites is always the cheesecloth skins. The spontaneity of the cheesecloth grid creates a wonderful textural surface.
Cheesecloth skin ready to print
Detail of printed skin
Printed cheesecloth skin
Cheesecloth skins, created to be thin and have the look of it falling apart