Revolution in Printmaking

Crucial differences between old and new printmaking. Using inkjet technology – inspired by ‘giclee’. Print-making used to be part of an artists learning process at art school. Woodcuts, etching, engraving, lithography, and silk-screen were typically taught as the stage-by-stage development of the art-form. But things have changed. We have new machine technology, we have computers, and we have the Internet. So lets look at what this new environment means for an artist. Commercial four colour machines. Nowadays there are printing machines that have replaced hand-made lithography created on stone or coated metal plates. These print most of the things we look at and read on paper. A large commer

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