After no less than seven months of work I’ve completed my first book. This one’s a luxury item, no doubt. 28 woodcuts, all texts and titles set by hand, all printed and bound manually – taking the edition of 24 and adding the usual spoilage that’s just a tiny bit more or less than 1000 […]
There’s a shop!
And now for but a quick announcement! Per popular request (and also my landlord’s insistence that I need to pay some rent) there’s now a shop on this site for all that stuff I’m making. Right now it’s all prints; if there’s demand for it, I shall provide some drawings as well. I don’t and won’t […]
Intaglio and relief printing are two complete opposites in my practice. I greatly admire those who manage to convey textures in a woodcut (e.g. sheets like this by Klaus Magnus: Berlin façade, 1973), but so far I fail to go very far beyond outlines. This limitation makes my relief prints the by far most conceptual […]