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Steamrolling baby!

Creative Review:

For a third year on a row Topo Copy (BE) teamed up with Helix and Het Miat (Museum of Industrial Archaeology and Textiles Ghent) to make giant prints with approx. 25 artists, not on a press but on concrete with a steamroller, a type of heavy construction machinery used for flattening/compacting surfaces, such as roads or airfields… During a two-day-event the carved lino’s and wooden plates got inked and printed on ‘flags’ and paper with the aid of a steamroller.

Photo taken by Steven Verspeet

Photo taken by Steven Verspeet

Sam Scarpulla's work - Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

Sam Scarpulla’s work – Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

My contribution - Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

My contribution – Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

El Topo's work - Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

El Topo’s work – Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

Photo taken by Michiel Devijver

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