Mokurito: Lithography on technical wood invented 30 years ago by the artist Seishi Ozaku, professor at the University of Art in Tama (Japan).
Unlike traditional lithography, it uses a plywood board as a support to replace limestone or aluminum. On the other hand, the printing process does not require conventional lithographic equipment, but it can be done using the intaglio printing press.
2 hours 30 minutes in which we will see:
- Brief theoretical introduction: Lithography, Xylography, Lithography on wood or MOKURITO
- Knowledge of materials, use and management
- Start in the elaboration of the matrix
- Preparation of the matrix for the stamping process
Imparted by: Veronica Domingo Alonso
Multidisciplinary artist with a degree in Fine Arts from the University of the Basque Country, Master’s Degree from the University of Fine Arts of Norwich (United Kingdom) and Master’s Degree in Graphic Printing, Illustration and Artistic Milling for which she has been awarded a scholarship by the Royal House of the Currency.
You can see his works in: veronicadomingoalonso.com and looking in Facebook: Verónica Domingo-Alonso