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how to be an explorer of

surfaces
by

helene juan

on 4 May 2018

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Transcript of how to be an explorer of

Beneath the surface
of surfaces
Littoral: traditions ancestrales
http://www.tate.org.uk/art/art-terms/f/frottage
http://www.femer.fr/
http://sharkcage.wixsite.com/duncancameron/portraits
It is worth experimenting with different techniques and surfaces. For example:


combine different printing techniques in the same piece
print onto different textures and colours of paper, board or fabric
try placing your prints onto contrasting, patterned backgrounds, other images or text
to further develop your work, you could draw or paint into your prints
attach textiles and other materials and objects to add texture and variety
Tinker Hatfield, Es Devlin
Max Ernst
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