my work in print graphics entails relief, intaglio and mokulito printing: woodcuts
and lino prints as well as intaglio prints from copper, zinc and aluminum plates.
mokulito is a printing technique similar to lithography, whereby plywood is used
instead of litho stones. the mokulito process was originally developed by the
japanese printmaker seishi ozaku.
mokulito prints on canvas (footprints of the „Big Five“ - 40 x 90 cm each):
copper and zinc plate intaglio prints
(single plate monochrome 15 x 20 cm; 4 color - three plates 40 x 40 cm)
aluminum plate intaglio prints of the „Big Five“ with chine colle (20 x 30 cm each)
woodcuts and lino prints