Hi there, I’m Chris Pesacreta, I study graphic design and relief printmaking in the DC area. I recently got into the habit of using wood and lino blocks to hand print t-shirts and hoodies, and this was one of my first successful attempts. He’s an ornery deer, and I made him with a woodblock on a 100% cotton tee.
I have a tumblr, too, that I try to post my work in regularly, if you’d like to see more.
My name is Cameron Myers and I am a digital arts student from the University of Oregon and really enjoy woodblock printmaking and have been doing it for the last few years. However, this is my first Lino print I have done and I wanted to share it with a group of printmakers to get some feed back. You can visit my tumblr at cmyoregon.tumblr.com
I am Cara McCaughey, final year student at Belfast School of Art, specialising in textiles and embroidery. Pictured is my first attempt at creating a repeat pattern from my own illustrations, in this case it’s a lot of stoats! The piece is actually about 90cm x 130 cm and tells a cyclical story about life and death through the medium of screenprint and hand embroidery. The full thing and many many more close ups can be found on my blog - http://caramccaughey.tumblr.com
exploring the technique, wanted to see how far I can really go without combining