Friday, August 8, 2014
Freshly lifted off their linoleum cut, members of KeeganMeegan & Co. carry their over-sized print to be attached to a fence for drying and display at the Wayzgoose & Steamroller Smackdown, part of the South Lake Union block party Friday. The School of Visual Concepts puts on the smack down where twelve teams are competing. A 4,000-pound steamroller is used to make the impression from linocut to paper. TenGun design firm in Seattle was the printmaking smack down winner.
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