A unique photogravure monoprint printed on Moriki paper mounted to Somerset Satin paper.
The artist used a blurred photographic image of a digital drawing to make the plate. A series of unique prints were made by changing the ink and chine collé paper colors, varying the printing pressure, and running the plate through more than once. Certain impressions were printed with no chine collé. Although they are unique monoprints, each print is numbered with a fraction, indicating the impression number and the total number of prints taken from the plate.
Signature: Verso, lower margin
Publisher: Manneken Press
About Ted Kincaid
b. 1966, Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States, based in Dallas, TX, United States