The Ups and Downs of Germany

A hundred pieces of ink rubbing prints collected and documented in urban areas of Germany during a study trip. The only rule was to only print on objects with embossed/debossed letterforms. Tutored by Ho-Yin Fung & Keung Hung

PRINTMAKING | 2015
Ink Rubbing on the Streets: The project demanded not only me but also the people around me to pay much more attention to the asthetics in the surroundings.
Tools are Always Around: Being on a tight schedule, mobility became one of the most important factors when it comes to material and production. The traditional Chinese dried ink rubbing technique turned out to be a fantastic way to perform speed printing right on almost any spots.

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