I've made a lot of deconstructive screen printed fabric over the last couple of years and it's hard to know what to do with it. It's a very busy fabric and sometimes hard to match with other fabrics.
I haven't printed anything using my printer in a while and thought I might try and print on a piece - just to see what would happen. The piece was a little paler than the picture shows and I was hoping that some of it would peek through the ink jet print.
I found a couple of images in my files that I thought would blend well when layered. I took this photo of an old rock building in Waynesville
and this of an old train trestle in Athens, GA where my daughter went to college. I blended the 2 photos in Photoshop Elements. The most fun part is trying all the options for blending once layered; I usually use "overlay" which shows both photos equally blended but this time the option "Difference" was really effective.
I used 100% opacity so I wasn't sure if it the fabric would peek through, but it did and I'm very happy with the print as a result. We'll see where we go from here.