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Print from a tyre float

Roller Printing

Roller printing is a very easy activity, but one that is absorbing and encourages you to explore and appreciate your environment in new ways.

It is a good method of ‘warming up’ if you are feeling a bit lacking in inspiration – 20 minutes of roller printing will certainly lift your spirits, and you will probably Continue reading

Ginkgo sequence

Printing Plates from Aluminium Tape

When I first discovered aluminium tape I thought it would be useful, I soon realised that it is indispensable!

This post is for all tape fanatics  – if you haven’t used aluminium tape yet, you are in for a treat.

Aluminium tape has a lot of potential, so to start with Continue reading

One minute charcoal pear drawings with mono prints

One minute drawings to unlock creativity

Do you sometimes find it hard to get motivated to do creative work?

Try one minute drawings!

Here is a very simple and (I find) extremely effective activity you can use to unlock your creativity.

I have used it Continue reading

Lucky dip of coloured papers

Scrapstores for surprising supplies

What are Scrapstores?

Scrapstores are a wonderful source of inspirational materials for experimental printmakers.

Most  Scrapstores run as charities, and the purpose is to provide low-cost materials for creative play, crafts, and community projects.

All sorts of foam

All sorts of foam

They collect clean waste from local industries, and also Continue reading