“This useful handbook gives an interesting, informative account of Hartill’s approach to materials and processes in an attractive, precise manner.” -Printmaking Today (Autumn 2005)
“There is a wealth of information in this book about mixed media techniques which you could incorporate into textile items, although they are illustrated mostly on paper. There is an excellent section on many different types of printing with striking designs. They include screen, monotype, collograph, relief and sun printing. Every chapter has interesting examples using the different processes. Included are some projects making small books and collages, greeting cards and a calendar. This book would be an excellent resource for City & Guilds students.” -Fabrications
“Authoritative survey … as presented here, the possibilities of this flexible art form, seems endless – and genuinely exciting.“ -Metro London
“An accessible overview … clean, well-paced and well organised.“ -Design Week
“An excellent look at contemporary print making in all of its forms. This book lists and challenges pre-conceptions about print making, including modern technologies and ideas of artists multiples. A very refreshing look at print making in modern times.“ -Faye Scott-Farrington
The types of printmaking books at Jackson’s Art include block printing, collagraphs, etching, screenprinting, printing on textiles, hand printing, books with a selection of printing methods included, monoprinting, mixed media with printmaking and digital printing.