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Referencia forma do rio/ rachadura

1826 - A PRIMEIRA FOTOGRAFIA DO MUNDO: tirada no verão de 1826, na França, da janela da casa de Joseph-Nicéphore Niepce, encontra-se preservada até hoje. Trata-se de uma imagem produzida numa placa de estanho coberta com um derivado fotossensível de petróleo, chamado Betume da Judéia. Nièpce chamou o processo de "heliografia", gravura com a luz do Sol. Foram exigidas cerca de oito horas de exposição à luz solar.

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Andrea Lauren: Reductive Linocut Print: Cat in the Window

Tim Laurin: Telecommunications, 2011, Monotype, 5 x 5 inches. In an attempt to document fleeting, unseen and unappreciated beauty passing by his car window, Laurin amassed a large number of landscape images captured on his iPhone. Similar to Sophie Privé’s use of documentary photos of family and friends, Laurin’s rural fragments are distilled and explored on the printing press through the use of photo transfers, inks and intaglio processes.

Mike Sonnichsen - Chopstix Relief Prints

Japanese woodblock print artist Tsuzen Nakajima

A category of fine art, graphic art covers a broad range of visual artistic expression, typically two-dimensional, i.e. produced on a flat surface. The term usually refers to the arts that rely more on line or tone than on color, especially drawing and the various forms of engraving; it is sometimes understood to refer specifically to printmaking processes, such as line engraving, aquatint, drypoint, etching, mezzotint, monotype, lithography, and screen printing

I hate the Valentine's Day industry, but I'm still madly in love with you. etched paper rocks! love the Gmund paper used

Laser engraving process - view through the laser window - Pafco Casting

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