Inks by Steve Hoskins
Inks have remained a fundamental aspect of the printing process for thousands of years. In this comprehensive and accessible guide, Steve Hoskin traces the development of inks from ancient China, through the Middle Ages and the industrial revolution, to the digital age. This books offers detailed guidance to the inks used for various processes from etching and relief-printing to lithography and screenprinting, and also includes a list of suppliers and full biography.
By exploring the technical make-up and manufacturing process of many different types of ink, this book offers practical information to all levels of printmaking from specialist to amateur.
Steve Hoskin is Reader in Fine Print, and Director of the Centre for Fine Print Research at the University of West England, Bristol. He is also the author of Water-based Screenprinting.
|Dimensions||240 × 160 × 10 mm|