woodprint

wood·print

 (wo͝od′prĭnt′)
n.
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woodprint

(ˈwʊdˌprɪnt)
n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) another name for woodcut2
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His early paintings were modern and stylish, but Chung soon shifted to print and held his first woodprint exhibition in 1958.
Uniboard launched WoodPrint Duo Technology, a two-sided textured laminate panel that matches front and back.
Joanna says: "Don't be daunted, with a little thinking outside the box there's no reason why patterned walls can't be a part of any home, without breaking any of your tenancy rules." | SHE SUGGESTS: Hide hideous walls by cladding a large freestanding board in wooden planks, or use a trompe l'oeil woodprint wallpaper.
Uniboard Woodprint embosses its decor paper laminates, synchronizing real wood textures just as they would be in nature.
I have used a toile with a medieval woodprint pattern on it to upholster the original hallway wall.
Prepac, a Canadian producer, will be on hand with what it described as a "re-engineered RTA home storage line" said to include a new run of white laminate storage products as well an assortment of woodprint storage items.
They supported him in various ways when he was threatened by, or arrested by, the police, who had no interest in the quality of his poetry or of The Buddhist 3rd Class Junkmail Oracle (Cleveland's first underground newspaper) or his 400 Rabbit Press, Grass Coin Publishing Company, Renegade Press or his (renamed) 7 Flower Press or his Marrahwanna Quarterly, or his wood carvings, abstract paintings and inked woodprints on paper, or his considerable cover art and book illustrations.
Though lacking the woodprints found on almost every page of Bain-ton, this volume is spritely written, sensitive to the historical and political situation of Luther's day, and serves as a remarkably fine introduction to Luther.
The typical intention of these woodprints is as bookplates.
The portfolio Valle de Collores (1987), commissioned by Pepito Carro, is made up of nine woodprints (8 1/2" by 13 1/2"), colored by hand, that combine both images and verses of the poem "Valle de Collores." An important aspect of Llorens Torres' poem is the exaltation of the natural beauty of Collores.