Zappa Experimentation

In the run up to the Zappa print I have already posted I was toying with traditional Japanese woodcut techniques as a possible format, but I stuck with the lino. These are some prints I produced as an experiment for the Zappa print, I really enjoyed the process behind the Japanese technique and plan to use it again in the near future.

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Print Experimentation

Along with focusing on lino and woodcut, I’ve been trying my hands at as many different print techniques as I can and I’ve posted a few up; A photoetching of a photo my dad took back in New York in the mid-seventies and a sugarlift etching of Tom Waits.

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Cambodia Book

Earlier this year I finished a set of prints based on my trip to Cambodia. Recently I collaborated with Robin Cox to create a book in which to house the prints.

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Bo Finished!

Another part of the Music Heroes set, this one of Bo Diddley is by far my favourite piece that I’ve produced to date. It is an A1 3 colour reduction woodcut print on a sheet of ply.

I used the lyrics from his song ‘Who do you love’ for the frame and the setting/composition was inspired by the works of Andrew Wyeth.

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Frank Zappa

Part of my Music Heroes collection, this is an A1 linocut handprinted on Shoji paper.

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8 Months

Eight months worth of wood and lino carved, and metal etched.

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New Vinyl

Just ordered a couple of 45s. I Got Mine by The Black Keys is one of them, I ordered it in particular for this B-side…

…Here I Am I Always Am, originally by Captain Beefheart.

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