52 Weeks of Printmaking: Week 6

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Week 6: Fabric ink and block print on linen.

I’m reworking this a bit and plan to include it in my Spring/Summer 2014 collection as a screenprint. Also, I’ll soon start exploring other print media. I love the block prints, but I think it’s time for something new. Perhaps next week?

8 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Printmaking: Week 6”

  1. Jen,

    I’ve been carving block prints and really enjoying the medium. How do you affix your carvings onto wood? or the plastic rectangle featured in some of your photos.

    I used Gorilla Glue and what a freaking mess it made! Also, not aesthetically pleasing to see my pretty carved stamp all mucked up by glue.

    Maybe you’ve already addressed in a post, but I’m a newbie.

    Thanks for the inspiration.


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