Welcome to the Woodcut Revolution

We organize a network of creative thinkers focused on carving, printing, and promoting the art of large scale relief printing.

Recent Partners

Newest Woodblock Prints

Madeline Gaffey

Madeline Gaffey

Julie Crane

Julie Crane

Jake Cassevoy

Jake Cassevoy

Our mission is to inspire a greater public appreciation for relief printmaking and extend its practice among contemporary artists.

Why Be A BIG INKer?

Here are a few good reasons...
Video Tutorials

Never made a woodcut or woodblock print? No problem! We've created step-by-step video tutorials to get you started.

Professional Prints

We assist in the creation of four impressions from your carved block, one of which is archived in our portfolio.

High-Res Photography

You are provided a professionally photographed image of your work that is also added to our website.

Curated Exhibits

National and international art venues curate BIG INK exhibits from the portfolio. Your work could be featured next!

No Submission Fee

Being artists ourselves, we know submission fees are a drag. We don't charge unless you are accepted.

Outreach

BIG INK's web and social outlets receive thousands of views each month and will put your work in front of a larger audience.

Testimonials

“They encouraged all the participants to work together to execute their prints. The event inspired me to continue exploring scale and surface in my practice and opened up a new channel of communication with a great group of artists.”

Enrique FigueredoArtist, enriquefigueredo.com

“BIG INK is a great way to connect students with creative entrepreneurs working in the field. They came fully prepared to print, brought amazing works, and shared words of wisdom with my printmaking class.”

Bill CassInstructor, New Hampshire Institute of Art

“Coordinating a call-for-entry with BIG INK went smoothly, they had something for everyone at the event (including smaller blocks for community members to print), and a nice mix of local and out-of-town artists visited our studio as a result.”

Priya VadhyarProgram Coordinator, Pyramid Atlantic Art Center