11:11 - two layer linocut print
€ 96.80 - price with VAT included (EU countries only)
Experimental print printed from two hand-carved lino blocks using etching press.
Printed by Emil.
Limited to only 11.
Every print comes signed and numbered.
Approximate size: 455 mm X 685 mm
Paper: Nepalese mitsumata washi 60gsm
It's a handmade paper so keep in mind there can be some small holes, fiber clots or creases.
Each print is one of a kind and the shading varies between prints - some are lighter, some darker.
Making-of video - https://youtu.be/O8MzqyTlxZI
This was an experimental print where I added an additional section to an already carved lino.
About paper: Artists’ handmade paper made from the inner bark or bast fibre of mitsumata. Mitsumata is lighter toned and softer than lokta. Known as argeli in Nepal, this is a native plant of the Himalayan foothills. Mitsumata is a sustainable and renewable resource. Plants are cropped above ground level and can be reharvested after 3-4 years. The papers are made using the Japanese nagashizuki dipping and layering method of papermaking.
Due to the nature of printmaking, each print is one of a kind so it may look a little bit different than others. There can be some errors, for example some ink stains or small unprinted areas. If you are looking for a perfectly printed print, this is not one of them.
Shipped in a cardboard tube.
All shippments are tracked.
Due to the gobal emergency, all international shipments are expected to be delayed.