Monotype print of a robot who’s just made a huge mistake.
One color on Arches paper, printed at Pullen Arts Center.
Monotype, besides being a type foundry, is a printing method that involves removing color from an inked plate. Unlike other printing methods, you get only one print (hence the name). Despite being a terribly inefficient process, it’s pretty fun and I’m charmed by the soft-edged effect it produces.