David Rhoden

We attempted to silkscreen the Hi-Balls record sleeve.

by David Rhoden. Day .

We tried making the Hi-Balls 7" with a rudimentary silkscreen apparatus. (A Speedball kit.) It didn't work out so we found a place that did offset printing, specifically for menus, even more specifically for falafel joints. Those came out better, though they made no attempt to register the colors. So maybe a third of the covers were unusable, we paid so little for them that it didn't really matter.

These are the silk screen ones. I think four of these survive.

 front cover of Hi-Balls record

 front cover of Hi-Balls record

 Hi-Balls record

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