An original and its 17 enlargement : from 25cm to 60cm !
Aurex Joy, november 1978
ONE METER LONG !
two prints ready to be cut (Denon) and coated for UV protection.
Kyocera PL-910, Japan, october 1984
Invisibilia JP catalog, carefully scanned, cleaned-up (gently), ready to be shipped to Junji Kimura-san.
Detail, once printed
(taken with an iPhone) The original screening grid is there, intact. Screening is a way of reducing printing costs : thicker grid = cheaper printing. The screening is all that is left of the original document ; wishing to get rid of it is not only hopeless, but counterproductive : the better the grid is reproduced, the more details of the original document one can save.
... this image could easily be printed at twice the size of this ; that would make, roughly, a x6 enlargement ratio ! Sometimes the JP printing quality was truly astounding.
Daring to be used.
three prints ready for cutout and coating.
Fresh out of the printer
Fresh out the Epson SC-P800 printer.
Tower of Power
Truly invisible image from the only catalog ever made for this 1975 monster.
the three categories
...although some images can correspond to both gear and mood at the same time.
...which in fact are way more than three and last many hours of work !