I recently completed my first Lino-cut print, the process is very interesting because you carve a sheet of linoleum to remove anything you don’t want printed, since the linoleum holds the ink and transfers it to the paper the image must be drawn and carved in reverse. Once you finish carving the block, you apply ink with a roller and the add your piece of paper, cover the entire thing and roll it through a press to transfer the image to your paper. You must repeat this process for every single print. Due to the unique manual print process, each print is completely unique and each one varies slightly. These were hand printed by me, and the paper is high quality printmaking paper, with deckled edges. I have two options available now in my store.