Technique Posted in: General

Linocut technique is very close to wood carving, cutting the linoleum using gouges.
The natural pigments are crushed and mixed with a binder (aqueous ink) then put on the raised parts of a roller.

Each color is formulated and mixed in our workshop in Paris.

The strength of the application of the lino stamp on the fabric gives changes in printing. This creates unique models with a soft and silky touch, the print perfectly incorporated in the cotton.

Special attention is given to details of print on our t-shirts creating original and sophisticated graphics.
All the manufacturing process is carried out in France : graphics, printing, styling, mounting, packaging.

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