Computer Graphics Artist Project


The Computer Graphics Artist Project was developed by American Screen Printing Association (ASPA) to give graphic artists some practice art projects commonly found in screen printing shops, t-shirt printing shops, sign shops or promotional products firms.  The exercises reflect the type of commercial artwork that graphics artists working in those jobs will see on a regular basis.  Knowing how to create artwork that is used in a typical print shop can give you an advantage for job opportunities and career advancement in the commercial graphics field.  This project is offered as a free service by ASPA to help students and graphic artists who want to work in screen printing and related fields.

American Screen Printing Association (ASPA) is a privately held corporation serving screen printers globally. Its purpose is to provide information on screen printing as well as printer training and certification programs. ASPA has thousands of members, certified screen printers, embroidery shops, sign shops, graphic artists as well as equipment suppliers and manufacturers throughout the United States and worldwide. Visitors from over 150 countries regularly use our websites:, our member site: and our learning specialty site:  In 2020, we will celebrate our 16th anniversary of operation (2004-2020).