Thought about doing a series of some of my favorite cocktails. Starting out with the Sazerac, a Rye Whiskey cocktail with a wash of Absinthe originating out of New Orleans. Cheers;0)
2 months ago
favorite drink. looking forward to this one.
holy crap awesome!
The picture shows both your great skill and a lot of technical information. Thank you for sharing this!
P.S. If you don't mind me asking, what type of wood did you use? By the look of the chips (and by logic) I'd say it's a pretty hard essence.
Sick nasty! Great work.
about 1 month ago
Buying all of them, can't wait!
@Sebastian Boros It looks like MDF to me. Nasty stuff, but it's great for woodcuts. Slap a layer of shellac on it and it'll last a billion prints.
@Sebastian Boros @Joe Montefusco I'm pretty sure it's linoleum
@Sebastian Boros @Joe Montefusco Definitely linoleum.
Nice one, @Derrick Castle !
@Kevin Burr So definitely, @Derrick Castle even set a 'linocut' tag. =)
@Sebastian Boros Yep, buddy! My first thought was the same: "Wow! What a great wood?" And the second: "Let's see, somebody have asked it already, for sure." =)
Thanks guys! Much appreciated! @Sebastian Boros @Joe Montefusco @Kevin Luong @Kevin Burr @Indian It is linoleum mounted on composite at type height. Thanks all!
Thank you, @Derrick, @Joe Montefusco, @Kevin Luong, @Kevin Burr, @Indian! Maybe if I knew more about linocut, the tools in the image would have held the answer.
by Derrick Castle
This is an original block print of "The Sazerac", the official cocktail of New Orleans. Some believe the Sazerac to be the oldest known American cocktail, its origins date back to pre–Civil War New Orleans.
Each print measures 8.5x11 inches. Printed on Speckletone French cover stock with custom mixed water base block inks. Frame not included.
You can check it out at my etsy shop!
about 1 month ago
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