Woodblock and Linocut Prints

1/13                         Fertile Ground                   2010

Plate: 11 7/8″ x 11 6/8″, Paper: 16 1/4″ x 16″

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A/P                   The Life Of The Party                2010

Plate: 11 7/8″ x 11 7/8″

1/6                      The Area Between                   2010

Plate: 17 3/8″ x 7 3/8″, Paper: 21 6/8″ x 11 3/8″

1/3         Sometimes It Gets Away        2010

Plate: 7 1/8″ x 12 1/4″, Paper: 12 1/4″ x 18 3/8″

1/3            Division        2010

Plate: 7 1/8″ x 12 3/4″, Paper: 11 1/2″ x 17″

A/P                    It’s Easy to Believe                 2010

Plate: 23 6/8″″ x 23 1/2″, Paper: 29″ x 29 3/4

 1/8                           A Quick One                       2010

Plate: 12″ x 11 11/16″, Paper: 16 1/8″ x 15 13/16″

A/P              It Often Arrives From This          2010

Plate: 11 6/8″ x 11 7/8″, Paper: 16 1/8″ x 17″

Copyright © 2011 by Drew Kail

12 thoughts on “Woodblock and Linocut Prints”

  1. Impressive – I’ve always wanted to learn block printing, and letterpress for that matter, but I guess one only has time for so many creative projects.

    1. Thank you so much! I really appreciate your kind words. Overlay is one of my favorites as well. I sometimes try to write, but can’t articulate as well as you do. It’s never too late to start making prints, and I feel we could always use more printmakers. Let me know if when you take it on if you have any questions.

      1. Hey, I appreciate the offer. There are two specific places where I’d love to go to learn. But it’ll be a while before I get the time to take it on. I’m sure it’s in the cards somewhere down the line though.

  2. Hey Drew, I’m thinking of using your prints to illustrate the 3/29/2012 entry in my blog (that would be about five days from now, since I post each day a week late). The entry is just about kind of the average day on the ship. I’d save the images from your website, title them (title, date, your name), and then I’d hyperlink each of them to your page. I’ll also add an acknowledgement at the end of the entry. Would that be all right with you?

    1. That sounds great. I’ll add a post and a link about your site and how the prints are used in correlation with the story. Thanks Drew


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