This piece is hand-printed using a Japanese PG-11 Gocco Printer.
Developed in 1977 by Noboru Hayama, Gocco printing is now fading as an art form, as printers and supplies become increasingly difficult to source.
It works by using flashbulbs, a carbon-based image and an emulsion-coated screen.
When the bulbs are manually flashed, the carbon in the drawing burns the screen into a stencil.
Medium: Gocco print
Size: 10.50 cm (w) × 14.80 cm (h)
Framed Size: 19.0 cm (w) × 23.0 cm (h)
This artwork comes professionally framed with Tru-Vu Glass