When it comes to graphics, I work with dry needles, etching, woodcuts and photogravure.
Etching and dry needle engravings are created on copper plates.
The copper plate is then inserted and an imprint is made on a paper in a copper print press.
In most of the wood sections, I start from quick ink-smells that are transferred to the log and form a foundation
from which the finished work grows. I have taken on different occasions.
The photo is transformed into a computer so that it can be transferred to a printing plate by photo etching.
The etched sheet is then inserted and an impression is made on a paper in a copper printing press.