Tag Archives: equipment
Linocut starter set – now with linocutboy logo!
My linocut starter set comes with everything the beginner needs to start making linocuts. And now it comes in a beautiful box adorned with my linocutboy logo (printed from a linocut, naturally). Here it is in all its glory. Inside the box you get all the equipment you need for carving and printing your own […]
New studio name – help please!
I’m in the early stages of setting up my own printmaking studio in Margate, my new home. It’s a great little town by the sea on the North Kent coast and I think it will be perfect for running printmaking workshops, both for the locals and for visitors (I’m thinking week-long courses in the summer). […]
Big ass linocuts
Things have been getting bigger at East London Printmakers. Giant new linocuts are appearing each week, being printed on our American French Tool Co. etching press. We also have a brand new giant 21 inch ink roller which I used for the first time today. I think I need to work out a little more! […]
Getting started with linocut – Equipment
I have recently received a couple of emails from followers of this blog wanting advice. I thought I’d answer them on here and maybe if more people have questions it can become a regular feature. Email me at email@example.com. Simon writes… I wanted to get started making linocuts at home. Do you have any advice […]