In May I had the opportunity to teach a workshop for Digital Stop in Berkeley California this year. Donna Cushman actually contacted me two years ago but scheduling proved difficult at first. In preparation I managed to gather output from a wide variety of sources, selecting materials and process for ink B&W printing is a major decision, just as it was with traditional processes and materials. In addition to the Ultrachrome, Cone Piezotone and Selenium MPS K7 matte and gloss examples I prepared, we had HP Z3100 output provided by my friends John Dean, and Amadou Diallo, and a variety of examples made with MIS inks and provided by Paul Roark. We had a full workshop with about 15 attendees, and as compelling as the experience was, clearly I manged to put some to sleep, I blame the coffee. My thanks to Craig Carlson for the snapshot above, and also for the beautiful work he shared with us.
August 7, 2008
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