Monoprinting

from ceramics and print Paul Scott 1994 pg(67-69) A monoprint or monotype is a ‘drawing with printed features’ or print in an edition of one. Monoprinting is said to have been first used by 17th century Italian, Giovanni Castiglione, and both Degas and Matisse made monoprints. Because a print of one is of little use … Continue reading

Paul Scott Ceramics and Print 1994 – History, Lithography, Intaglio, Silk Screen, Photography, Decals

Ceramics and print and industry have a long history – below I have condensed Paul Scott’s book Ceramics and Print but have expanded the areas of lithography, intaglio printing, silk screening, photography, and decals as relevant to my research. All text is word for work from the book. The first use of ‘print’ in the … Continue reading

Magic Decal Instructions Laser printer

This product looks great and very versatile. Not food safe though can only be used on the exterior of vessels/ceramics. I also have a concern with it melting inside your printer as I have read on some feedback. Also was unable to find a resource that informed you as to the iron level of your … Continue reading