Monthly archive: February 2011
Here’s a lovely little video I just found of Bill Fick (see earlier post here) making and printing a linocut. It shows the process from start to finish. I’m very jealous of his lovely studio and especially that electric press!! Anatomy of a Linocut by Bill Fick from Jim Haverkamp on Vimeo.
I was commissioned last week to create a linocut to illustrate the cover of the April issue of Icon magazine, a publication about architecture and design. The brief was to make an image of the Absolute Towers, designed by Ma Yansong of MAD architects and currently being built in Toronto. The towers currently look something […]
Linocut: Illustrated Narratives 18-22 July 2011 Opificio della Rosa, Montefiore, Italy Tutor: Nick Morley (me!) I will be teaching this workshop in July in the beautiful hilltop town of Montefiore in Italy. It is one of a series of workshops being run over the summer by tutors from East London Printmakers. Situated in a medieval […]