Set of 4 blue linocuts on paper / Labyrinth / Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4 / Wall decoration / A4
Pat on Jan 13, 20215 out of 5 stars
Wow , just amazing, it's really a beautiful work, would love to see fabrication steps. And not easy to solve the labyrinth :) Thanks for your work
Anne-Claire on Dec 7, 20215 out of 5 stars
Very beautiful linos, the blue is beautiful and the paper of very good quality. Very good contact with Camille who is lovely. Thank you very much!
Marjorie on Mar 8, 20215 out of 5 stars
A big fan of blue, I am delighted by the quality of this linocut with clean lines and the originality of its labyrinth Thanks for the personalized word:) delivery more than lightning, received the day after my order !!
Maeva on Mar 1, 20215 out of 5 stars
We were looking for works to personalize the walls of our house. We were looking for something original, modern and blue... I stumbled upon these works by chance. What a chance! 🙌🏾 In less than 10 seconds my husband was conquered (he is not easy to convince though!). In less than 10 minutes we made the order. And in less than 24 hours we received these wonders. We are conquered by the technique and the concept. 🤩 Thank you. 🙏🏾
Corine on Jan 18, 20215 out of 5 stars
I fell in love with these drawings when I saw them on Instagram. 24 hours of reflection later, I placed an order for two linocuts that I received 72 hours later !!! They are sublime! I was attracted by the color (blue my favorite color) and at reception, I was not disappointed. These two beauties are waiting for the delivery of the frames that will highlight them and that Camille was kind enough to recommend me! So I am simply a delighted and conquered customer !!! Congratulations to Camille and especially good continuation! Frankly, do not hesitate, you will not regret it!
patrice on Jan 13, 20215 out of 5 stars
the color is superb, beautiful work, there is only to find a place in the house to highlight it.
Linocuts in which you will have to find your way
Graphic designer by trade, it is usually on screen that I spend most of my time. Passionate about paper and with this desire to find a disconnected activity I became passionate about linocut.
This artisanal process requires time and precision. I start by drawing my patterns and then I transfer them to the linoleum plate. I then engrave this plate using a tool called a gouge. This is a step that requires concentration and a great mastery of his gesture since there is unfortunately no ctrl + Z: a bad manip' and sometimes you have to start all over again. Then comes the time for printing. I ink my plate with a roller, position the paper on top and go through a manual press. It is necessary to re-ink the plate for each new sheet. This process results in unique prints because the inking will be different for each of them. It is at the moment when I remove the freshly printed sheet from the plate that it reveals its character and its own roughness.
In an ecological approach, I chose to use an ink that can be cleaned without solvent. The paper that protects the prints as well as the envelopes in which they are sent are recyclable.
I chose to work on graphic patterns in which I come to create labyrinths. Thus each linocut is both a decorative object and a game. One entrance, one exit and one path... It's up to you;)