Reduction Linocut


Sat 30 September 2017
11am – 5.30pm

2 places available

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Linocut is a relief printing technique, a variant of woodcut in which a sheet of linoleum (sometimes mounted on a wooden block) is used as the relief surface. Lino is a beautifully malleable printing surface. It is a very graphic method of producing an image. Designs can be cut, melted, or carved to create a bold and experimental design.

Course Information

In reduction lino (otherwise known as suicide lino), the design is produced from one single lino block, layering up the colour each time the lino is cut. This technique is a challenging way to produce an edition of prints, as by the end of the session there will be little to none left of your lino block.

During this course you will learn how to plan your design, cut your block and produce an edition of prints using handmade papers.

All materials and notes are included in the price of this workshop. No previous experience of printmaking is required.

Additional information


Sat 30 September 2017


11am – 5.30pm


6.5 hours

Course Tutor(s)

Anna & Pandora Johnson


Regular £108, Green Door Member £97, Concession £97, Student £92