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Blog that some of you may be interested in -- "TRADIGITAL Printmaking"
« on: August 03, 2008, 04:25:00 PM »

Due to my own personal interest as a  printmaker, I have been researching and collating print output that integrates inkjet with the 'traditional' print technologies such as e.g.,   relief, lithography, silkscreen and intaglio.


Mainly I have posted example of works that explore the possibilities and so far I  have managed to get two artists to agree to interviewed about their approach to this approach to printmaking .  This is the kind of thing that I would like a lot more of.

I have other ideas but these will have to wait until I see how things develop.
I created this online resource because it is the kind of thing,  that I was looking for myself,  in the first instance.

If you are making prints in this way I would love to hear from you.
you can contact me through my blog


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Re: Blog that some of you may be interested in -- "TRADIGITAL Printmaking"
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2008, 05:23:03 AM »

Dear Aine-
I fully and strongly endorse your point and I have been a promotor of the same philosophy that technology integration is a must. I have been teaching a new program at university level which is based on my long research of more than twenty years and I had coined the term PAINTOGRAPHY; though it is being misused by many on the net. The subject is the bridge between the convetional art and the contemporary technology involving print making using various mediums. (Just visit one of my sites www.maliknmalik.com as the specific site www.paintography.org is under development.)
I am already trying to work out the procedure for testing gum-chromate plate making for foto-transfer of images onto Aluminum/zinc/copper plates for etching etc. I would welcome any help in this regard.
PAINTOGRAPHY has already been TRADIGITAL Printmaking......using slightly different output!
Lets make the best of technology and economise....    nsir malik   Pakistan
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