What is Offset printing?
Printing technique that transfers the inked image(offsets) to rubber blanket from a plate, then later to a printing surface. Combined with lithographic process based on water and oil repulsion, this technique attracts a film that is water based to keep the non-printing area ink free. Offset lithography was initially created to cut down expenses when reproducing artwork.Image © silvano audisi/Shutterstock
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Peter & David Fischl & Weiss
Untitled, Zurich Airport 2000, 2007
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