The term mono-type indicates that there is no possible reproduction, as is the case with classic prints; it's a single unique print which borrows only certain techniques from typography. However, it is possible to print several in a row; the first print will be clear while the following ones will be more and more "blurry" and less noticeable. The monotype is a very liberating technique, leaving a lot of room for spontaneity. Personally, I really like experimenting with this process and being surprised by the always unexpected results.

Underwater Love (2021)


When thoughts and dreams are tumbling around the heart.

BLUE (2019)

Some abstract monotypes from the series "bleu". There is no precise subject; these light prints are the result of a very free pictorial research, creating joyful "air bubbles".