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Beautiful hand-cut lino print of a golden vase with lagurus grass on matte pastel pink paper. This A3 poster has been specially designed by Monika Petersen for the Moebe frames (not included) and has a very special see-through effect. Read more..
Beautiful hand-cut lino print from Monika Petersen of a golden vase with lagurus grass on matte pastel pink paper (excl. frame). This A3 poster has been specially designed by Monika Petersen for the Moebe frames and has a very special see-through effect. The lines, on both sides of the vase, are cut out, creating a beautiful see-through effect.The frames from Moebe make the openwork lino prints from Monika stand out nicely and support the beautiful see-through effect.
The frames (frames) of the Danish Moebe are provided with a Plexiglas plate on the front and back and are therefore completely transparent. The frames are held together by a thick elastic with which the frame can also be hung on the wall. The open worked lino prints from Monika support this beautiful see-through effect and give a special extra twist to the lino print.
The print is delivered without frame! The A3 frames from Moebe, which are suitable for this poster, are available in different colors in our shop. Look here for the different moebe frames.
Making a linocut is an intensive process. Monika (illustrator) first makes a sketch on the linoleum, then she cuts small detailed cuts in the linoleum with a gouge. As soon as the lino has been treated completely satisfactorily, the paint is applied to the lino with a rubber roller. With the help of a large printing press, the print is printed manually on special paper. Operating a printing press is hard work but Monika does it himself. It is a combination of craftsmanship and the structure to the moment that the first poster comes from under the printing press, that fascinates her so much. It is not possible to predict exactly in advance how a poster will come from under the press and that makes the work so exciting. With precise precision, she designs a flower or leaf that looks almost three-dimensional.
The posters are printed in a limited edition (200 pieces) and are all numbered and signed by Monika. The technique used requires time because each poster is printed individually and by hand. The intensity of the color and print varies from print to print and that makes every poster so unique.