1) Print out an image with a toner-based printer (laser printer, not an inkjet) and lay it ink-side down onto a piece of canvas or paper or wood...the list goes on. 2) Coat the back of the paper with acetone and firmly burnish all of the inked areas with a spoon or brayer. 3) Peel the paper off and, assuming you used enough solvent and pressed hard enough, the ink will have transferred from your paper to the canvas.
Corporate price fixing in action: HP300 printer ink cartridge from 2002 (left) and 2010 (right). The sky-high price of printer ink is more expensive than vintage champagne and the amount of ink in the average cartridge has shrunk dramatically. Newer cartridges deliberately contain a fraction of the ink a similar product contained a decade ago. A laser printer uses toner, which lasts longer than ink. Page yield is in thousands rather than hundreds. Photograph: David Robinson
This is a beautiful saying that my pastor says every Sunday in church. It just touched me so much, that I asked his permission to put it on wood and sell them. It is made with old wood, held together with furring strips and screws and 2 sturdy hooks for hanging. You can lean it too but most like to hang this one. I use laser printer ink, medium, and a lot of gently rubbing the paper off to make this. Its time consuming but I love the look. No vinyl letters. I put a couple of coats of…
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