I've been learning the importance of sharing your work, and more importantly the process. Just put up some new projects on the work page. I've really been enjoying the freedom lino cut has given me as a print process. Essentially lino is a carving medium. Think the feel of an eraser, and various carving tools are used to etch whatever you desire into it. This becomes your print plate, in the screen printing process this is basically your screen that your designs/artwork are created from. Ink your lino plate, slap your paper on top and apply pressure to transfer your image. Some people use a fancy press that acts as a giant rolling pin. I use an old postcard and rub in circles. Check out what can happen.
(c) zach merrill prints 2014