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Back in the groove at Oxford Printmakers Co-operative

It’s been good to get back to the print room and that smell of ink, oil and solvents! Started a new series of linos based on café culture then and now and some landscape experiments. 8 more words

A Brief Moment in Time

In many ways, January 2016 was the month that music died—among those we lost: David Bowie, Pete Huttlinger, Gary Loizzo, Dale “Buffin” Griffin, Glenn Frey and Paul Kantner. 895 more words



Unless you have been to Bali or Indonesia one most likely has not come across a #lontar.  A lontar is made of palm leaves which have been dried and smoked.   321 more words

Drawings And Sketches

Fine Art printing and life drawing.

I needed to do some more research into suitable subjects within Binary Opposition this Friday morning and wanted to to do a test with an aluminium plate for dry point. 476 more words

Art And Design

Wood Printers

Emerging from the Library collection today were a set of four wood (probably oak) panels depicting workers in the print trades, carved in deep, crisp high relief. 255 more words


Making the Book - The Movie!

Edited by the spectacular Catherine Dodds, here we have the making of The Green Children, with all the bells and whistles of printing a book on a Baby Wharfedale Press!

Wilhelm Hass Mapmaker

#WilhelmHass (1698-1764) was a map-maker from Nuremberg.  He furthered the work of #AugustGottliebPreuschen (1734-1803) who developed the printing method called typometry.  #Typometry is a relief printing method using movable type.   624 more words