Printmaking is a process of creating images, or etchings, that involves using acid to etch lines into a hard metal plate, and then using that plate to make prints. Each print is unique because the plate wears down a bit with each run through the press. This causes small changes in the image and the tone of the lines. Additionally, the plate must be re-inked by hand for each print, which also results in minor differences between the prints. To maintain the integrity and quality of the image, we only print editions of 100 prints. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist, David Hunter. Take a look at the video below for a demonstration.