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Linocut beauty

August 27, 2008


Here are my latest linocut experiments. I even dare call them products. They were both made for Tamara although CC immediately ordered one print for her as well. Must admitthat working with fabrics was a bit more challenging than with paper, particularly the final prints which were made on a very stretchy fabric. They were also printed rather unorthodoxly (hence no details) but I was quite pleased with the results.

Lepa means pretty or beautiful in Slovene. Tukanga means slide in Tamarish, a strictly oral language currently spoken by only one person in the world :) Am considering compiling a short phrasebook.

Tukanga test prints

Tukanga test prints

Lepa - final print

Lepa - final print on onsie

Tukanga - final print on onsie

Tukanga - final print on onsie

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