People often ask how Cavern Wallpaper is made, and when I say it's "hand silk screened," I'm often unsure if they fully understand what that process involves. I certainly didn't until I saw the process in person.
The basic idea is that a large screen is placed on top of the paper like a stencil: the image has been "cut out" of the screen. Paint is then poured into the screen, and with a squeegee, flattened across the area evenly. The screen is then placed along the paper, matching where the pattern left off, and so on down the line of wallpaper.
I hope that helps explain the process in an understandable way. Here are some photos intern Katie and I took on our recent trip to the east coast facility!