Frequently asked questions about the block printing process or ordering from my shop.


Prints will be shipped via USPS First Class mail.

Please allow 3-5 business days for your order to ship.

I'm currently only shipping domestically to the United States, but if you're interested in international shipping, please contact me.

Packaging for prints

You will receive your print unframed, in a plastic sleeve, inside a cardboard mailer envelope.


I accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and PayPal. I cannot change the payment method once the order has been placed.


I ship zines in a regular stamped envelope via USPS. Delivery time may fluctuate depending on USPS service.


Printmaking Process

For linocuts, each block is hand-carved with various carving tools. After carving, to create a print, ink is rolled onto the block surface with a roller (brayer). Then, the paper is applied carefully and either hand-burnished or hand-pulled using a proofing press to transfer the ink to the paper.


My prints are usually printed using oil-based ink on Canson or Strathmore acid-free white mixed media paper, but some prints may be available with different paper stocks or unique inks, please see individual print descriptions for more information.

For more information, visit the Materials page.

Variations in prints

Each linoleum block is hand-carved and each print is hand-printed, which means there may be variations in texture or color between prints. This is a unique characteristic of the medium and part of the charm of linocut prints.

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