Don’t mind the Graphic Designers, they’re just passing through.
bonerevolution asked: What's your favorite technique?
And the nominees for the most abused printmaking...
1. Chine Collé 2. The Rainbow Roll 3. The Four Color Seperation
matthewyake: On a hill, staring at home, thinking of everywhere else.
Lithography: Course Sylabus
Introduction In this class you will learn how to print a graphic image from a limestone using the premise that oil and water do not mix, a printmaking technique that was invented in 1796 by Alois Senefelder. Through traditional and contemporary techniques, you will learn how to: crush fingers with a levigator, fill in images that took you hours to draw, over etch a stone as to make it salty and...
1. A fanciful tale of legendary deeds and creatures, usually intended for children, and people who think they know who they’re hiring. 2. A fictitious, highly fanciful story or explanation. 3. An interesting but highly implausible story; often told as an excuse
I love it. Watch this crazy ass-printer hand apply ink to the rollers. I could never work in an environment like this shop; messy, ink fucking everywhere, chaotic….I swear I thought I would see a finger flying through the air at some point in the vid. But that’s what’s so awesome about it too, watching a pro print their way. What works for them certainly doesn’t work for...