Art to Art is a one stop shop for all your mono printing materials. Whether you’re a beginner or professional artist, we have the monotype print supplies to suit your artistic needs.
Mono printing is perfect for creating fine detailed, mixed media arts and crafts. Art to Art has a wide variety of printmaking supplies, including reusable printing plates, silicone blades, silicone contours, rollers and more! Our reusable gel printing plates allow all of the finest details to be picked up, so you can create an array of different textures and layers.
Art to Art’s mono printing materials are all reusable and low maintenance, making them super easy to clean! Our monoprint art supplies are ideal for acrylic paint, printing making and water based inks. We also stock a wide variety of printmaking paper, so you will always achieve the best results.
Shop our range of mono printing materials and printmaking supplies online. Get free shipping when you spend over $100 and same-day dispatch. You can also buy now and pay later with Afterpay. Need more art supplies? We stock printmaking inks and a range of artist paints so you can get everything you need at Art to Art.
What paper is best for monoprinting?
Printmaking paper is the best option for monoprinting as it is made from durable fibres that can withstand the pressure and soaking required during the printmaking process. We have a wide variety of printmaking paper at Art to Art to ensure you can make magnificent prints every time.
How do you make mono prints?
There are multiple ways you can create monoprint art. We will take you through two simple ways below:
Using gel printing plates:
Lay out your gel printing plate on a table and cover it with a thin layer of paint (acrylic paint is ideal)
You can use a paint roller to evenly distribute the paint over the gel plate
Use clay tools or a cotton bud to create designs in the paint
Press the paper down on top of the printmaking plate
Peel back the paper and voila you have created an awesome monoprint!
Using a tabletop & printmaking roller:
Place a piece of paper on a table and tape it in place with masking tape
Squeeze the ink onto your surface and use the roller to evenly roll it out
Once the ink has been rolled out, designs can be drawn into the ink using clay tools
Let the print dry at room temperature
Remove the tape and enjoy your new print!
What is mono in printing?
The mono in monoprinting stands for monochrome, meaning that all printers print in black and white. But, with all the techniques and art supplies you can use for monoprinting, no artist is limited to black and white printing anymore!