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Deep Sea Diver linocut in progress

My linocut of a deep sea diver is coming along. I’m going to try and finish it this week and also to finish the film I have been making of my working process, from carving the block through to printing. I am still trying out colour combinations and deciding whether to add fish to the […]

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New Albion Press from Rochat

I was invited recently to write a short review for Printmaking Today magazine on a brand new printing press. The press is an Albion and is being made by Harry F Rochat, a family-run company famed the world over for their etching presses. Luckily for me they are based just up the road in Barnet, […]

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Dodo a gogo

My Dodo with a yoyo print is finished! It is a linocut and screenprint measuring 60 x 50cm and it will be available to buy from Material from the opening night of my exhibition “Nick Morley’s World of Wonder” on 15th April. Dodo prints on the drying rack Screenprinting table set up at East London […]

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New Dodo print – progress update

Here are some more photos of the Dodo with a Yoyo linocut that I’ve been working on the last couple of weeks for my exhibition at Material in Ludlow next month. The lino took about 3 days to carve then another day to print the first layer. Once that was dry I started adding colours […]

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ELP Giant Linocut Steamroller Print

Here at the ELP studio we have been working on a giant linocut which we will be printing at our fete on the 17th July (see the previous post). The linocut is in four parts and will measure 24ft x 18in (about 7.3m x 45cm). We will print it using a steamroller (or a roadroller […]

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New Linocut Dinosaur Print

This is my new linocut, ‘Handbag’. As you can see, it is a T-Rex with a handbag. This is the largest linocut I’ve made so far, the paper measuring 76 x 112cm (30 x 44in). The colour is screenprinted over the black linocut outline once it’s dry. Because the screenprinting inks I used were very […]

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New Dinosaur print – work in progress

This is my latest linocut, the largest so far. It is of a Tyrannosaurus Rex holding a handbag. I drew the design directly onto the lino using a real life photo as a reference. The details developed as I went along. This close-up of the lino shows the carving on the body. The design wasn’t […]

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Linocut class at East London Printmakers

I teach regular printmaking classes on Wednesdays at East London Printmakers in Hackney, East London.  The studio is a cooperative of 30 artists and has been running for 11 years.  As well as linocut I teach screenprinting and etching.  Workshops are open to all and I usually get an interesting mix of people.  For more […]

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Roger Peet

Nice prints by some guy I found on Flickr… The extinct Moa of New Zealand. More prints at justseeds.org  Geronimo, war chief of the CHiricahua Apache.

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