Here we go again with another weekly installment of White Noise drawings from the W.N.W. journals/sketchbooks of the past 50 years. A term that is relatively new to the blog is “Pressage.” It is a term I made up to describe a process I developed in the late 1960s in which I made my own rubber stamps by taking impressions of random textures and embossed symbols using polymer clay. After cooking these blobs of clay they function exactly like rubber stamps. I use multiple stampings to create hallucination fields so I can discover each image.
I will soon be presenting a handmade book I produced that is almost entirely comprised of pressage images. The term appears here in the title of one of the drawings.
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