Silkscreened Diagrams by Girls Can Tell

Silkscreened Diagrams by Girls Can Tell

Architecture trained designer Sara Selepouchin is obsessed with diagrams, and through her shop girls can tell, she hand prints diagrams everyday items onto useful everyday housewares: teapots, banjos, brains, utensils, hamburgers all silkscreened onto tea towels, coasters, notepads, napkins and tote bags. As Sara says, the goods are perfect for geeks... and everyone else!

Find girls can tell goods on their website or through their Etsy shop.

1 pots and pans on stripes dish towels (set of 2), $20
2 coffee four ways - industrial felt coaster set, $16
3 magical unicorn recycled cotton lunchbag, $16
4 clever anatomical brain pocket notebook, $12
5 classic banjo - frameable wall art - print on vintage book page, $16

6 knitting love - diagram tote bag, $20
7 spring in a jar - set of 4 terrarium cloth napkins, $22
8 best burger ever bottle opener keychain, $6
9 kitchen utensils and mixer diagram floursack towels, $20
10 tandems are the best - recycled cotton lunchbag, $16

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