Print Gocco work
I make prints with a compact Japanese printing machine, the Print Gocco. The effect is similar to screen printing, but instead of applying one colour with a squeege, many different coloured inks can be applied to the screen at once and are pressed through it. A fine mesh screen is used and the prints can be very detailed, but there's also a vintage look to the results - especially when the inks have crept around the screen a bit during printing. The PG-11 and PG Arts machines I use allow very accurate registration and I often use 2 or 3 screens per print.
|Work for sale|
To pay by post, please add £1.50 p&p per total order and send cheques in UK pounds - payable to 'Christina Lamb'
BCM Box 8962, London, WC1N 3XX, UK
Please email me if you have any difficulty:
prints [at] xtinalamb.co.uk
Artist's book, 2007
7 colour plates, 10 text pages.
The book contains a story about danger, disturbance, loss, beauty and a very powerful place.
|Signed gocco print, 2006|
Edition of 70, card stock, illustrated title on reverse
152 x 104mm
Limited edition of 50, printed 2006
3-screen gocco print , 2005
2-screen gocco print , 2005
The World Belongs To Jane And Me
|Artist's Book, 2005|
Limited edition of 46
Printed card cover,
12 pages, eyelet binding