Burning collagraph plates introduces exciting random and organic methods to your platemaking. I love this technique as you give up a certain amount of control and allow your materials to guide your creative process.Read More
This is the best thing I have found so far for taking impressions of textures from 3d objects and then printing them directly. Latex picks up precise fine details, moulds round contoured shapes and stretches out flat. The thin rubber plate takes intaglio and relief ink and you can print it with or without a press.Read More
Mono printing on plaster is an exciting and magical process for all ages, and with some help even very young children can make lovely prints using this method. You can create prints like tiles that will stand up on their own, or can easily be hung on the wall. With the bright clear colours and detailed patterns, people will wonder how you made these unique tiles.Read More
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