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November 28, 1814--The Times of London is Printed Using Mass Generation Technology

Author’s Note: As we started this project–this little history blog–I thought I’d enjoy writing about topics I know and I’d love learning about new topics. This has been the case for sure. 1,555 more words


Consider the Fold

Many times artwork is beautifully laid out and very pleasing to the eye. But while the design looks great, one important aspect has been over looked… do the folds work? 348 more words

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Autumn colours

Wednesday’s workshop focused on depicting autumn and its wonderful colours.

Angus showed the group lots of different ways that artists have represented autumn. As well as botanical paintings capturing the minute details of leaves, slodges of colour can be used to represent leaves on trees.Some artists use the leaves themselves to create beautiful collages of animals. 137 more words


Products for printing

I promised to list available products for printing in advance to keep things simple. Rather than ordering lots of wee bits and bobs I put in a large order for a small range of products. 30 more words


Talking Passions And Loss

Print couldn’t die – as far as I was concerned anyways. I started printing at just nineteen years old, Id finished secondary school and hadn’t a clue what to do next, all I knew was I wanted to work and learn!  785 more words


Random Gelli® Prints I've Made

I haven’t been creating any Gelli® prints lately, as I’ve embarked on a Cert IV in Veterinary Nursing and now my time’s taken up with reading all I can on the subject, or doing my online Assessments. 103 more words

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