For March, I went with a simple graphic colour job – the background is a wood texture that I ran through Photoshop a few times to turn into a separation, then I printed it in mostly matte base with just a touch of a mostly translucent mixed brown ink I found sitting on the Print Lab shelf. For the white layer, there was a lot of noise & other speckles left on the original drawing that Molly Crabapple sent me to turn into a separation, so I left them there and combined with natural pinholing in the emulsion, it made for a nice and dirty layer. The black I mixed with gloss to give it a nice shiny contrast to the other layers. It’s a piece that is fun to flip back and forth through the light to see certain parts activate and others disappear from the glare. This was done on a 80lb brown kraft paper from French Paper.