An Introduction to Halloween
The origin of Halloween can be traced back to the ancient Celtic festival “Samhain”. The Celts believed that on October 31st every year, the undead and demons would return to the world from the underground. They would look for the bodies of living people and those who put on ghost masks and costumes would be regarded as undead and demons. So as to avoid being harmed by them.
In order to drive away the undead and demons, the Celts would light bonfires to light the way home for the undead and wear animal fur clothes and masks to imitate the demons. They would also sacrifice animals and bring fire to their homes to pray for a good harvest in the coming year.
As time went by, the Roman Catholic Church designated November 1 as All Saints’ Day to commemorate all deceased saints. October 31st was known as All Hallows’ Eve, which later evolved into modern Halloween.
Within the lore of Halloween, there are also stories and traditions associated with it.
One of the famous legends is the story of Jack-o’-lantern. It is said that there was a drunkard named Jack who made a bet with the devil and ended up cheating the devil. However, when Jack died, his soul was denied access to heaven and was denied entry to hell by the devil. The devil only gave him a burning coal, which Jack put into a hollow turnip to light his way through the darkness. This story later evolved into the tradition of people making lanterns out of pumpkins.
In addition, there are legends about ghosts and apparitions. People believe that on Halloween night, the dead and ghosts will appear in the world. Therefore, people would dress up in costumes of ghosts and demons to imitate these demons and avoid being harmed by them. This has also become a Halloween tradition of putting on makeup and wearing scary costumes.
In some places, people also have “trick or treat” activities. Children dress up in various costumes and knock on doors asking for candy or small gifts. If they don’t get a satisfactory response, they may play pranks, such as throwing rocks or smearing colored mud on doors.
In modern times, Halloween is seen as a celebration in which people dress up in costumes of various ghosts and demons, make up various scary images, and participate in parties, parades, and trick-or-treating. activity. People also carve jack-o-lanterns and make prank and spooky decorations to create a spooky atmosphere.
The origin and legend of Halloween are related to Celtic festivals and beliefs. Later, through historical evolution, it has become a festival full of fun and creativity in modern society.
Halloween Stickers Made by UV DTF Printer
During Halloween, no matter where you are, at home or on the street, you can see gadgets full of scary atmosphere everywhere. These bright colors are full of scary atmospheres, such as product labels, candy packaging boxes, and Halloween-related stickers that decorate home items, which can be seen under the UV DTF printer, which will become a little helper to help increase the atmosphere during the festival.
As an efficient and flexible printing technology, the UV DTF printer has been widely used in food, gift, and other packaging industries. It can be easily customized, and companies can customize unique packaging designs according to the needs of different products. Through digital printing with UV DTF printers, you can achieve copyright-free, rapid modification, and flexible changes to meet the diverse needs of the market.
How are the Various Ghost and Demon Patterns Printed on Clothing?
Halloween is seen as a celebration in which people dress up in costumes of ghosts and demons, make up various scary images, and participate in parties, parades, and trick-or-treating activities. So how are the various ghost and demon patterns printed on clothing? In fact, there are many methods. Below, JOHOPE will introduce to you the most common method of printing patterns on clothes – digital direct inkjet printing.
Simply put, digital direct-injection printing means directly inputting images or source files into the computer through various digital means, such as scanners, digital cameras, etc., and then editing and modifying them through the printing software system to form the required files, which are then controlled by special RIP software. A direct-injection printing machine prints ink (coating, active, acidic, dispersed) directly onto clothes on demand through a nozzle, and then undergoes post-processing to obtain clothes printed with high-precision patterns.
(1) Use drawing software (AI, Coreldraw, Photoshop, etc.) to edit and print pictures (size, printing position, etc.) to edit the pictures.
(2) Spray treatment fluid on the sound and image area. Whitening base for dark fabrics; spray pre-treatment liquid for white and light fabrics.
(3) Set the printer parameters and print. Place the fabric on the platen and print directly.
(4) Dry naturally (or dry).