Another new linocut is now well underway, well it’s worked out and drawn up but I’m waiting for some new lino to be delivered so that I can cut the colour blocks that I print first. You can’t beat organisation and I really must develop some. Anyway, this post features another piece of make-ready looking like a stained glass window, possibly dedicated to that saint of serendipity, ‘St. Happy Accident’. I absolutely love these prints and all of the built-up layers of colour, needless to say I’ve got dozens of them in plans chest drawers and old portfolios that I simply cannot bear to part with. You could crop any part or section out of them and get a beautiful image and yet I’ve still got to find a use for them. I’m sure that I will find a use one day but the only problem is that I am still producing make-ready prints with every print that I do although the new ones are images and not letterforms.
Make-ready print. Letterforms. Edition of one.