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Subject: Lithograph on cigarette paper

Lithograph on cigarette paper

From: Daria Keynan <dkeynan>
Date: Thursday, February 19, 2004
Jayne Girod Holt <girodj [at] rcn__com> writes

>I have a 20 x 30 inch lithograph on cigarette paper that needs to be
>mounted for exhibition.  I've been experimenting with different
>methods of hinging and so far haven't found anything that doesn't
>cause cockling (my experiments have been on a sheet of buffered
>tissue, which is a similar weight and feel to the cigarette paper).
>I've tried using both thick and regular tengujo hinges, methyl
>cellulose and wheat starch paste adhesives, etc.  I've tried working
>as dry as possible. The print is too large for photo corners or edge

I would try using the Micro-dot hinging technique and quick drying
them with a heated spatula. In case you have not come across it.
Micro-dot hinging was a poster by Katsuhiko Matsuda at IIC
Baltimore. It is a great technique for water sensitive or slightly
transparent papers. I use it with paste, methyl cellulose,
combination adhesives and even as a remoistenable hinge system.

Daria Keynan

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