Image and Word


Isak Applin and David Wolfe

PRINT 619 001
1 credit hour
Lab Fee $50 

Students enrolled in Image and Word explore several woodcut, hand printing, typesetting and letterpress techniques. The class emphasizes the sequential and narrative properties of the relief printing process. Through presentations and critiques, the course of study examine how the physical qualities of the paper, image, text and binding can influence narration, pacing, rhythm, and meaning. The class also investigates the role of traditional printing in contemporary image making. Studio projects may include the creation and editioning of broadsides, sets of prints, or pamphlets.

August 9
Image in Enamel