This 3-color print measures 9x9” and is along the same lines as the previous print, but explores abstraction of the content.
Holding accurate registration was particularly difficult. The 0.25” pixels saw a very minimal light leak during exposure, creating the white gap between colors. This gap is about half of a millimeter, something very hard to compensate for at such a small scale.
With these pixelated prints, it has been very important to me to make them as analog as possible. The last print was made from cut black paper, this time it was all cut from rubylith.
This print helped me decide that these pixels are simply too small.
Time to go big.
The next MINT update is on its way, along with an exciting business card design I finished up this week.