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|Title||:||Making Handmade Marks: Unique Tools and Techniques for Expressive Printmaking|
|Number of Pages||:||128 Pages|
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Making Handmade Marks: Unique Tools and Techniques for Expressive Printmaking Reviews
Some of the projects were very inspiring, while some fell flat. There were a few examples where the prints came out so muddy I'm not sure why they even included them in the book.I really liked the last section of the book where the author showcased her studio, her journals and such. A few of the instructions were oddly phrased, like "doodle quotes about nature, flowers and bees." However, what drove me crazy was the haphazard layout of the book. I understand that it is done to make it look like a scrapbook, but it was incredibly hard to navigate. There are other publications that have a similar design aesthetic that do not sacrifice legibility, like Rookie Yearbook and IdN magazine. Also the author's website was printed at the bottom of every two pages. After 20 pages I learnt to tune it out. I have no idea what her website is.
Not sure if I just don't like the artist's aesthetic or if the presentation of the material is too cluttered, but I did not like the way this book was put together. Totally a personal thing. If I were an art teacher, it might be a different story, because it does go step by step on many techniques. It's up to the reader to create their own interesting way of applying the techniques to projects. I guess I rely on my books for some inspiration without realizing it.
This is one of my favorite printmaking/art journaling books of all time I think. It gives a lot of ideas for making mixed media cards, art journaling, painting, etc. It includes lots of different patterns and has lots of colorful examples of art. It is one demo book I would recommend to people for sure..
Some good ideas for using found objects for printing, but overall her style is too "messy" and muddy for me.