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Multi-Color Linoleum Printmaking

Anjali Shankar

Anjali Shankar
Assistant Editor, Production Assistant

Supplies

Art Supplies: Tracing Paper
Art Supplies: Bench Hook for Printmaking
Art Supplies: Rice Paper
Art Supplies: Plexiglass
Art Supplies: Cotton Rag
Art Supplies: Akua Water-based Intaglio Ink
Art Supplies: Sharpie Marker
Art Supplies: Graphite Stick
Art Prof, Art Supply Encyclopedia: T-Square
Art Supplies: Plastic Scraper
Art Supplies: Linoleum Cutter
Art Supplies: Palette Knife
Art Supplies: Mounted Linoleum Block
Costs more, but worth it because it won’t warp.
Art Supplies: Unmounted Linoleum Block
When wet unmounted linoleum warps a lot and is hard to print.
Art Supplies: Large Breyer for Printmaking
Art Supplies: Small Breyer for Printmaking

Examples

Sina Seri, Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print
Sina Seri, Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print

Artwork by Sina Seri

Depraved Indifference Toward Flint

By the Editorial Board
Jan. 22, 2016, The New York Times

“The 274 pages of emails released under pressure on Wednesday by Gov. Rick Snyder of Michigan show a cynical and callous indifference to the plight of the mostly black, poverty-stricken residents of Flint, who have gone for more than a year with poisoned tap water that is unsafe to drink or bathe in…”

Hannah Falvey, Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print
Hannah Falvey, Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print

Artwork by Hannah Falvey

When Can Women Stop Trying to Look Perfect?

By Jennifer Weiner
Jan. 8, 2016, The New York Times

“As a lifelong devotee of fashion and tabloid magazines, I’ve read dozens of “Beautiful/Sexy at Any Age” features. You’ve probably seen these spreads, showcasing a bevy of lovely women whose faces, fashions, exercise routines and skin-care regimens are laid out to encourage imitation. For years, readers could stare at starlets and actresses and singers in their 20s, their 30s, their 40s and even edging bravely into their early 60s…”

Artwork by Sandra Mora

A Placebo Treatment for Pain

“The crisis of painkiller addiction is becoming increasingly personal: Sixteen percent of Americans know someone who has died from a prescription painkiller overdose, according to a recent Kaiser Family Foundation survey; 9 percent have seen a family member or close friend die…”

Sandra Mora, Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print
Sandra Mora, Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print
Sandra Mora, Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print
Lee Moistoso, Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print
Lee Moistoso, Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print

Artwork by Lee Moistoso

The Real Problem with Lunch

By Bettina Aelias Siegel
Jan. 15, 2016, The New York Times

“THERE’S something about comparing America’s school food to the superior meals in other countries’ schools that we seem to enjoy, in a masochistic sort of way…”

Artwork by Dorothy Windham

How Both Parties Lost the White Middle Class

“Long after the dust settles in Iowa — and New Hampshire, and even the 2016 campaign itself — one question will remain: Why, after decades of supporting the liberal and conservative establishments, did the white middle-class abandon them? Wherever Donald J. Trump and Bernie Sanders end up, their candidacies represent a major shift in American politics…”

Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print
Editorial Illustration, Linoleum Block Print

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