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Gyotaku – The Art of Printing Fish

Gyotaku is a very unique form of printmaking which developed from a very practical need. Nearly 200 years ago in Japan, it is believed that fishermen developed gyotaku or “fish rubbing” as a method of recording a catch. I’m not sure about this...
Which Lino Is Best for Linocut Printmaking?

Which Lino Is Best for Linocut Printmaking?

It might seem like a bit of a boring post, but I often find myself having the same conversation about lino. I’ll say that I’m a printmaker, and that I specialise in relief printmaking with Woodcut and Linocut techniques. I’ll get the response –...

James Brown the Typographically Tittilating Printmaker

Great, simple down to earth prints is how I would describe James Brown’s work. With clients such as The Guardian and Cath Kidston, and an early career working with Louis Vuitton and Levis you might expect Brown, the printmaking marvel, to have adopted some airs...

Monoprinting Video – Part 3 (Finally)

Woohoo! – finally got the music re-edited and here is the final part of the monoprinting series. As you may be able to tell, I am getting a little better at staying relaxed in front of the camera. Here are the instructions if you want to follow along with this....