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Monotype

Mono meaning one is a type of print made by manipulating ink on a plate, glass or acrylic, and printing one singular copy. The difference between a monotype and monoprint is a repeatable matrix of image. A monotype is usually made on a piece of Plexiglas or metal. Ink is applied to the plate, the paper is dampened and together they are run through a press. After it is printed there is no image left on the plate to make a second repeatable print. The exception is a "ghost print". If enough ink is remaining on the plate a second lighter and different colored print can be made. Normally the ghost needs to be augmented with other media.

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