Mono type is a broad term used to describe a form of printmaking that’s like a printed painting. Unlike other techniques where you can make multiple originals, mono types are just that ‘one-offs’.
Laura uses a piece of plastic to roll, rub and scratch ink on using a variety of tools. You can also use different papers and materials such as lace to create a variety of patterns. The plate is sometimes set into a registration plate, to prevent it from moving during printing.