Here’s an interesting film by Ric Serena about the Los Angeles printmaker, Dave Lefner. Lefner records the neon signs of the city in linocuts. They are big images: 36 x 13 inches or 36 x 20 inches are popular sizes, though Lefner appears to use only a 6″ roller. I like the care with which they are drawn, and the saturated colours.
Nice studio, too.
To watch in full screen, right-click the video, and then click Enter Full Screen.
See more pictures on Dave Lefner’s website.
(Found here: http://jefferysaddoris.com/2010/08/dave-lefner.)