Another linocut animation, this one by Raj Bunnag. The linocut print itself is 7.5 ft long and is viewed while moving it past your eyes by turning a crank. I found this via the excellent blog PRINTERESTING which is full of unusual and inspiring stuff.
Now and then I get questions from followers of this blog about linocut techniques, tools or printing issues. Although I don’t pretend to know everything there is to know about linocut (that’s one of my life goals!) I’m happy to help if I can and I welcome other linocut artists to add their help and […]
Linocut – Illustrated Narratives Five-day workshop at Opificio della Rosa, Montefiore Conca. Last week I got back from an inspiring and hugely enjoyable week teaching in a printmaking workshop in a medieval castle near Rimini on the Adriatic coast of Italy. The workshop was one of a series organised by Umberto Giovannini in conjunction with […]
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, […]
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.