Although silkscreen printing may not seem like the easiest art form to try your hand at outside a dedicated studio, it is in fact a highly approachable process. It took off in the United States during the mass social movements of the 1960s because it was an inexpensive way to print banners and posters. Andy Warhol’s silkscreens popularized the method in fine art and became his defining style. Today, screen printing is used to apply designs to clothing as well as to create works of art. Whether you’re interested in trying silkscreen printing at home or learning to navigate around a studio, or even if you’re a confident printer looking for inspiration and advanced techniques, the books below offer actually helpful tips, tricks, and how-tos.