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*Virtual* Patterns & Prints
*Virtual* Patterns & Prints

Tue, Dec 07



*Virtual* Patterns & Prints

Short Description: Referring to Marimekko’s pattern prints, create your own pattern on linoleum plates to make pattern prints for postcards, wallpaper, wrapping paper, and more.

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Dec 07, 2021, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EST



*Virtual* Patterns & Prints


Jungmin Lee

Dec 7 | 6:00-8:00pm EST | $65

Participants in this class will  carve unique patterns on linoleum plates in any size for use as  stamps to make their own pattern prints for postcards, wallpaper, wrapping paper, and more.  Learn how prints are used for generating repetitive patterns in the commercial art field (product design, branding, and fashion) and how to use these techniques for your own purpose as an artist. No printing press required! All you  need is a linoleum plate, your favorite object, and most importantly, passion in carving. Each student will make 2 pattern prints and, with documentation of these final pattern prints,  a foldable zine so we can share each other's work through one-page zine.

Instructor Bio:

Jungmin Lee is a printmaker and art educator based in Philadelphia, PA. She received her BFA from Hongik University in Seoul, South Korea, and MFA in Printmaking from Tyler School of Art & Architecture, Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. She is a Resident Artist at Portside Arts Center in Cherry Street Pier and was a Fall 2020 Artist-in-Residence recipient at Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Philadelphia, PA. Jungmin has shown her work in many international venues. She is currently an adjunct professor of studio art at Villanova University. She also teaches printmaking at various institutions such as Cairn University, Fleisher Art Memorial, Portside Arts Center, and EFA Robert Blackburn Print Shop.

Supply list:

  • Any size of Speedy cut carving block
  • Linoleum cutter/ carving tools
  • Rubber brayer
  • Block printing ink - (water soluble recommended)
  • Acrylic plate (for spreading ink)
  • Printing papers
  • Newsprints
  • Rice spoon or any kind of sturdy spoon to rub
  • Pencil or Pen
  • Scissors
  • Object you want to make patterns of (Photo reference is also okay)
  • Drawing book
  • Phone camera


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