Diaporama (Arenys)

Mokulito or “wood lithography” is a recent printing technique which originated from Japan in the 1970s. As a traditional lithography, the image is drawn using greasy ink and crayons onto the printing wooden matrix. In my practice, I combine Mokulito with various traditional or non traditional printing techniques. Every print becomes a unique piece of art.

Carborundum printmaking is a collagraph printmaking technique. Using carborundum powder on the print matrix, we obtain subtle and deep tones of dark fields. I use carborundum techniques with other traditional or non traditional printmaking techniques.

Crédit photo: Art Print residence  – Arenys de Munt


Carborundum et chine collé