Gyotaku is a unique form of printing that uses freshly caught fish, plants and other aquatic life, to create realistic imprints on cloth or paper.

PRINTMAKING - Yes… I've done this with real fish. Gyotaku is a unique form of printing that uses freshly caught fish, plants and other aquatic life, to create realistic imprints on cloth or paper.

Catherine Eaton Skinner | Bird Screen II | Tibetan Paper/Archival Ink/Encaustic/Thread/Bamboo /sm

Bird Screen II, Catherine Eaton Skinner, Tibetan Paper/Archival Ink/Encaustic/Thread/Bamboo *Reminds me of Colleen Winter's crows

Gunnar Norrman,  dry point, "Mörk revel" 1977.

Gunnar Norrman, dry point, "Mörk revel" A constant use of crosshatch used…

Bryan Nash Gill

Bryan Nash Gill,s Woodcuts series. using recycled lumber shows patterns of tree rings resembling our own fingerprints, almost as if Mother Nature pressed her own thumb print into the design to show off her fine work.

Victor Delhez | Wood Engraving

Scherzo in Gold, Victor Delhez Wood engraving, 1948 This brilliant parody on the concept of the “Golden Number” depicts a professor with the skull of a parrot and five students.

Stanislav Nikireev, Etching

Nikireev Stanislaw(Никиреев Станислав,Russian Old nest of a magpie…

Stanislav Nikireev, Etching

Nikireev Stanislaw(Никиреев Станислав,Russian Old nest of a magpie…

Livio Ceschin(Italian, b.1962) Giardini marginali / Marginal gardens - etching and drypoint 2009

Livio Ceschin(Italian, Giardini Marginali / Marginal gardens - etching and drypoint 2009

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