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cubebreaker:

Artist Jill De Haan created this beautiful poster using a process known as sun printing.

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moon-meat:

Cyanotype

moon-meat:

Cyanotype

(Source: carriewitherell.com)

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softpyramid:

Anna AtkinsHalymenia Furcellata from Cyanotypes of British Algae1843

softpyramid:

Anna Atkins
Halymenia Furcellata
from Cyanotypes of British Algae
1843

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linandthewings:

Linda McCartney, Sun Prints

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hollyywouldnt:

Resurrection, 2014
25” x 37”
Linoleum block hand-printed on kozo paper

website [that hasn’t been updated in forever x.x]

Colored edition coming soon!

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design-is-fine:

Norbertine von Bresslern-Roth, zebra finch, ducks, fantails, 1922. Cat, 1925. Crabs, 1926. Color linocuts. Source 1|2|3|4|5

The austrian lady was one of the finest linocut artists of the 20th century. 

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ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Janis Goodman Linocuts

1. ‘Night Flying’

2. 'Inner City Incline'

3. ‘Regeneration’

(Source: janisgoodman.co.uk)

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ufansius:

The Eight - Cyril Power

ufansius:

The Eight - Cyril Power

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99percentinvisible:

Design mashups by Toni Spyra

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The history of printing goes back to the duplication of images by means of stamps in very early times. The use of round seals for rolling an impression into clay tablets goes back to early Mesopotamian civilization before 3000 BC, where they are the most common works of art to survive, and feature complex and beautiful images.