Textures such as cardboard, fabric, glues, or found objects are adhered to a plate, inked, and then printed as per an intaglio print. Areas that are textured print darker than the smoother areas.
A light sensitive solution is applied to paper. Objects or images on acetate are place on the paper and then exposed to light. The image appears in cyan-blue after developing in water.
An image is drawn on a stone or metal plate using a greasy substance. Oil-based ink only adheres to these marks, which are then transferred onto paper by running the stone or plate through a press.
Inks are applied to a surface and manipulated before the image is transferred to paper by the application of pressure.
The image is first transferred onto the plate using photographic techniques before etching.
A stencil is adhered to fabric stretched over a frame. The image remains as open fabric through which ink is forced through with a squeegee. Each successive colour requires its own screen.
Pochoir or Stencil printing
A method of transferring an image or pattern by brushing, stippling, spraying, or squeeging ink or paint through the open areas of a stencil which is cut from thin metal, card, paper or mylar. Imagery can be overlapped and layered to create more complex designs and single or multiple colours can be used with individual stencils.