Reading Old Prints, 2

I continue turning some of my old prints into origami booklets. And, as so often happens, I’ve been changing the work in ways I didn’t first set out to do. I tried a few booklets with simple collages of some poetry I’ve written. Then, this morphed into bits of writing about the weather or a dream I’ve had. I’ve added colour to the prints with Pitt markers and am now enjoying a freer process than my first attempts.

Here’s another print (A Mask of the Goddess, 2 from 1974) in a pile of linocuts.  Then there’s some photos of the most recent booklet I’ve made from folding and cutting the entire print.

MaskGoddessPrintPile

 

Tigerdreamprintbook2

Tigerdreamprintbook

Tigerdreamprintbook3


3 Comments on “Reading Old Prints, 2”

  1. This is a great idea ☺

  2. […] late last week I put the transformed print from my July 20th post on my etsy shop. You can see the etsy link to the […]


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