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Frame - 230mm x 320mm

Ink - Pigmented relief ink

Paper - Indian natural cotton paper

Moka Pot

  • About this Print

    Made in a limited edition of 100 linocut prints. Lasts decades. Comes framed, signed and numbered.


    The iconic silhouette of a moka pot was the first thing I ever carved into a block of linoleum. 


    At that time, I had just started having coffee every morning. It took me a few tries to get the right brew, but it quickly became a morning ritual. 


    My obsession with coffee made me draw & carve a moka pot, ink it up and stamp it for the first time. Watching the print develop right before my eyes made me fall in love with Linocut. 


This is a relief print hand-made by using the linoleum cut technique. The surface of a linoleum block is carved so that its raised area can be inked and manually transferred to paper. The areas that are cut away remain white. 


The artwork comes in a basic black frame with an acrylic window that is sturdy, simple and can last years. It can also act as a template should you choose to display the print in a frame of your choice.


Each artwork is made in a limited edition of hundred pieces. The art is transferred on bespoke cotton paper with archival inks that will last decades. Your print comes uniquely numbered and signed by the artist.