Students Showcase Printmaking Techniques for Creating Book Jackets
April 13 - April 23, 2016
Shadra Strickland's Sophomore 2 students present a selection of newly designed book covers. These fanciful and detailed projects show the use of varied printmaking methods to create eye-catching jackets for your favorite novels and stories.
Students were introduced to four different techniques: mono print, transfer mono print, stenciling, and linoleum printing. Each student was asked to complete a book cover of their choosing using one or more of the techniques. All the covers are at least 50% printmaking.
On both levels of the library we have featured the final book covers, as well as drafts and working materials, including carved linoleum blocks and stencils from selected designs.
Students whose work is featured include:
Jordan Purnell Jackson
Image Information: "Coraline" cover design by Kim Best
This page was last updated on 04/22/2016.