Linocut Boy

posted by Amber Weaver October 13, 2016

Nick Morley (aka Linocutboy) has been making linocuts for over twelve years. His prints are collected internationally and has illustrated book covers for Penguin, Faber & Faber, The Folio Society and many more . Having taught workshops in linocut and other printmaking techniques for many years, Morley set up his Hello Print Studio in Margate back in 2013. Throughout the years, Morley’s work has been featured worldwide, being featured by established brands such as the BBC, The Guardian, The Telegraph and other mediums such as magazines, branding and book covers.

linocut_coverOne of his most recent project is a publication titled  Linocut for artists and designers. This book covers everything you need to know about linocuts as versatile and accessible medium, from choosing the right tools and materials, to planning your design, carving and printing. Published by Crowood press, this softback 176 page book explores how linocut can be used in different ways, from fine art prints and illustration, to product design and fashion. Illustrated throughout with clear, step-by-step photographs and examples of work by the author and others from around the world. Eight international artists and designers are featured in-depth with interviews and images.

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You can buy his book here at 

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