Mokulito - Weekend Course
On Sat 27 & Sun 28 April or the 21st & 22nd of September join us to learn how to print using the mokolito technique, also know as wood lithography - a unique form of printmaking. Developed in Japan in the 1970s, the process uses plywood as the printing surface and draws on the principles of lithography, specifically the antipathy between grease and water. Greasy materials, such as tusche, crayons and autographic inks are used to draw and paint imagery on the sanded plywood matrix and then processed.
Mokulito has the benefit that additional reductive marks can be cut into the surface as with relief printing, so that when printed the drawn and cut marks sit together with the ghostly impressions of the wood grain to create a beautiful, contrasted image.
This course is suitable for beginners as well as experienced practitioners.
Booking over a month in advance? Use our Early Bird discount for 15% off!
This course entitles you to a FREE 3-month Associate Membership to use the studio and consolidate your skills.
- Weekend Courses
- 27 April 2024-21 September 2024
- Print Studio
- Adult 16+