These are the samples of rubbings I did today in the school of art and my apartment. I used layout paper, which produced finer rubbings because the GSM is lower, and layout paper was suitable for tracing. I like both samples because the sample above captured the texture of the wooden flooring, and the one below captured the text clearly. I think there’s something fascinating about the visual language in both of them even though it’s expressed different – one is visual, and the other textual, and they’re both about the architecture of the space. I’m going to the printmaking workshop in the next few weeks, so I hope to create some interesting prints in the future.
I’m going to ask in the printmaking workshop whether I can print onto surfaces such as MDF and other woods.