Printmaking Technique: Lithography Illustration 2 At this point the drawn areas will attract greasy printing ink, while the porous limestone will repel it. Then the artist or printer removes the drawing material so that the stone appears to be—but is not, in fact—blank. Process image created by Matt Stolle and Perri Blitz.
lithoshop: Senefelder’s portable lithography press, 1818. Senefelder made this press to take to Pictionary parties, but soon found that people would get irritable and leave after it took him 3 hours to draw, process and print the image.