Print Workshop : Hand-printing Techniques and Truly Original Projects Paperback
This is a crash-course on printing with techniques, materials and surfaces that can all be done in the home.
Every project features Yellow Owl Workshop's sought-after motifs and the author's art-school style illustrations.
This title is full of original ideas for things to make and use, such as jar labels, pillows and a stationary set. "Print Workshop" grabs readers hand and leads them through a crash-course on printing with techniques, materials and surfaces they never dreamed they could take on at home.
It can be as simple as carving a potato or as complex as a chemical bath, but no matter the skill level, these printing techniques never require expensive equipment or lots of space.
Everything in this book is easily do-able at home; and every project features Yellow Owl Workshop's sought-after motifs and Christine's art-school style illustrations.
The book is full of original ideas for things to make and use.
There's jar labels for your canning and pickling needs.
There's pillows inspired by YOW's famous city and bicycle stamps.
There's everything from a stationary set (complete with wax seal) to a dartboard, from a deck of cards to a fine art print.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 176 pages, full colour throughout, 200 2-colour illustrations, 50 photographs
- Publisher: Random House USA Inc
- Publication Date: 28/12/2010
- Category: Needlework & fabric crafts
- ISBN: 9780307586544
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Review by amelish
Interesting project ideas, though in a few cases they stretch the definition of hand-printing and not necessarily in a way that encourages further exploration--more like... "I *guess* this counts as hand-printing, sure." Whatever; I'm still going to use it!