Linocut is one of the most simple and classic printmaking techniques
As the name suggests, the image is first cut into linoleum, ink is rolled onto the surface, and paper is pressed onto the surface. The finished image can be put on the wall, it can be turned into a greeting card or a notebook cover.
To prepare, it is good to come with a plan, we recommend finding an image for inspiration.
NB! The image must be black and white, gradients cannot be printed with linocut.
|Number of participants:||up to 10|
|Duration per participant:||60–90 min|
|Appropriate for ages:||12 and over|