Did you ever imagine being able to make prints with coke?

The kitchen litho is a simplified, more accessible and less toxic lithographic printing process, created by the French artist Emilie Aizier in 2011.

As the name suggests, for this technique you need tools easily available in our kitchens. Lithographic stone is replaced by aluminum foil and nitric acid, as a mordant, is replaced by coke. To create the image to be printed grease materials are needed, such as oil pastels, lithographic pencils, Marseille soap…

The workshop aims to entertain you by discovering and experimenting with this technique … amazement is guaranteed!


Duration: seven hours

Participants: min 5 – max 10


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