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we're at the Robert Blackburn making workshop started in 1945 Bob Blackburn lithography invented for the purpose of reproducing sheet music instead of writing it once by hand over and over and over and over Sena Felder developed lithography for the purpose of writing that orchestral arrangement one time so it could be reproduced so that it can be sold to multiple orchestras throughout cities throughout all over Europe that was its original intention when an artist gets a hold of something that allows you to work in a new way they will always take those tools and materials and use them for their own artistic purposes that was the case for engraving it was the case for relief printing or we cut and it's also the case for digital printmaking now lithography is based on a very simple principle that grease and water resists one another and so what you'll see is a balance of the plate being dampened and then rolled over with a greasy based ink it's the same as when you're cleaning dishes if you've got a really greasy pan and you fill it up with water you start putting water and it starts to pull away from the grease the exact same thing is happening here only it's very finely controlled placed grease one of the things that makes lithography so unique is that it actually is the most autographic of all the pair making processes it captures the exact mark of the hand that moves across that surface as a result it gains the most clarity from a draws perspective from a direct point of view all the other print making processes translate that mark into other ways versus it just being an absolute record of the movement of the hand in that way so for drawers this lithography is a very freeing type of drawing process because it can be layered you can draw in black and print it in green or you can print it in blue or pink that level of freedom is only present in printmaking and that level of freedom with drawing a direct drawing process is only available in lithography