It's an edition of 300 copies printed with an old Heidelberg printing press.
The machine uses polymer master plates and high pressure to really stamp the drawing into the paper so the image has a slight relief. The rendering is absolutely razor-sharp. For those of us born in the eighties analog just means better, right?
The drawings are not in my gallery so you will have to get one if you want to see it for yourself ;). As you will notice the compositions are somewhat loosely based on the etching series 'Los Desastres de la Guerra' by the 18th century Spanish painter and print maker Francisco Goya.
I hope you will enjoy it and I look forward to hearing your comments! Thanks to Tim Van Herck for the pics.
...see more pics on the blog page