West Texas born and raised, currently living in Portland, Oregon. I'm interested in narrative art, patterns & texture and "Memento Mori". I tend to blog/reblog about printmaking, bookmaking and papermaking. You'll also see a healthy dose of color, color history and ink.
Check out my work at www.killjoypress.com
On a less whinier note, Scott brought these Princeton Catalyst blades and wedges into the Gamblin office today and I am absolutely in love. Their production is actually inspired by his method of applying grounds to paintings, but I think they will rock every printmaker’s world. Or at least every monotype printer.
Also, see a wonderfully explained distinction on monotype vs. monoprint here.