Kim Banffy linocut prints.

For those who don't know, linocut prints are a type of intaglio (an Italian word, meaning 'to dig into') print made using a series of sharp cutting tools to cut into a piece of lino. The parts that are cut out don't print, and what is left takes up the ink and forms the print. Each print from a linocut is hand-pulled from the plate, using acrylic, colourfast ink. I love the stark contrast of linocut prints. This is a simple form of linoprinting using one colour of ink.

You can order originals here.

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