Finally getting to print some editions in my little print shop. Take the tour!
This little building used to house garden tools and a lawnmower. Now it’s the perfect little print shop.
I picked up this Dickerson Combination Press in Western Pennsylvania. A nice workhorse that can print lithographs and etchings.
Every shop needs a good flat-file set — these came from Los Alamos, New Mexico.
Scrap granite from a counter-top company makes a great surface for rolling out ink.
Fan + window = ventillation.
When your shop is small, every space gets used. This print drying rack is convenient and stays out of the way. These prints are for a collaborative book project for my Litho I & II class.
There’s even room for a small screen printing station.
The print shop doubles as a greenhouse for these little guys.
Penny likes hanging out.