Sunday, February 25, 2007

birch tree lines

I'm in the middle of a few projects now, but also finally wrapping up the first limited edition print. It should be up on the site in about a week, but I couldn't resist posting a few initial drafts. I wanted to choose some imagery with a lot of lines, and of course I love tree graphics. So a wintery birch surface seemed like a perfect fit. Can't wait to complete the final version.


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Anonymous said...

i just discovered your blog and love your work. everything is so clean and the colors are both soothing and fresh at the same time!

i am would love to start a small printing business myself. but i wonder about how to cut paper in large quantities. how do you handle that? do you have your own equiptment?

thanks so much for sharing your work. it was great to see how you made use of your scraps, and that's what got me thinking about paper cutting!

moontree said...

I do all my cutting on a large guillotine cutter, which is a pretty indispensable piece of equipment in the world of letterpress. I think I've shared about this in past posts, but I'll talk a little more about it soon. Thanks for reading!