The printing process which creates a lithograph is different from other traditional methods. To create a lithograph, however, no etching is required. The artist uses a set of greasy crayons or pencils to draw a mirrored image of the original artwork onto a smooth stone table or nowadays on a plastic film that later is transferd onto an aliminium plate. One colour-one film. I mostly use 8 or 9 colours. This is by far the most time-consuming part of the lithograph process

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