Prints are presented in chronological order with the newest work at the top of the grid of images.
"I specialise in making linocut prints. The technique involves carving a design into a tile of linoleum, the material often used as flooring for kitchens. Once the design is carved ink is rolled on to the uncut sections of lino on the tile, and then the inked up tile is put in a press with a piece of paper to make the printed image. I often use multiple lino tiles to create multiple colour prints. I limit the number of prints I make of each design, the size of the edition is stated on each image's page. All prints are hand titled, signed and numbered. Artists have produced linocuts for just over a hundred years, and the medium is popular thanks to its bold, graphic, handmade aesthetic"
- Lisa Takahashi
When purchasing, some prints take longer than others to arrive as they are editioned in batches due to storage limitations. If you require your print within a certain timeframe do let me know via email or phone. Thank you.