Hand-printed Halftones

A collection of hand-printed CMYK halftone images.

July, 2012
The process of CMYK halftone printing revolves around grids, rotation, and knowing how to deconstruct colors and recreate them using only cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. Using a light table, four sharpie markers, and some printed grids, I created my own method of printing CMYK halftone images. These "prints" are one of a kind, and the products of many hours of work.
 Self Portrait
Above, the finished print:
Self Portrait
11" x 17" (not including border)
Spring 2012
A Childhood Memory
Above, the finished print:
Childhood Memory
11" x 17" (not including frame)
Spring 2012
The further away you get from the image, the clearer it becomes.
Smaller Prints
               Sunset
               4" x 6"
               Spring 2012
               Eye
               4" x 6"
               Spring 2012

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