WHAT IS A WOODCUT PRINT?
A WOODCUT PRINT is a relief printing process using a flat piece of wood that has a design carved into its surface. This carved piece of wood is inked by the use of a rubber roller called a brayer that applies a layer of wet ink onto the uncarved relief portion of the plate. This inked piece of wood is run through a printing press under pressure, transferring the ink from the wood plate onto a piece of paper, creating the print. This category also includes BURNED BALSA WOOD and BURNED MASONITE PRINTS
RELIEF PRINTS
WHAT IS A RUBBERCUT PRINT?
A RUBBERCUT is a relief printing process that uses pieces of flat sheet rubber to construct the printing plate. Different types of sheet materials, such as gasket rubber and girdle rubber, have different textures that are transferred to the paper when the plate is inked and run through a printing press.