Really Big Prints created at UW-Green Bay – The Press Times
Really Big Prints are oversized relief prints made with the aid of a heavy double-drum street roller, sometimes called a steam roller due to its origin.
“It’s such an undertaking that we only do it every two years,” said Berel Lutsky, professor of art for UW-Green Bay and one of the three organizers of the Friday, Sept. 27. event.
This year, UW-Green Bay loaned the roller to this a demo program.
Via Really Big Prints created at UW-Green Bay – The Press Times.