How unique! These prints (below) were made by flashing bulbs, similar to ones you would find in old cameras, onto carbon paper. By doing so it creates a stencil image onto the screen. This process is called gocco- it's an old Japanese color screen printing system invented in 1977. I've never heard of this before, so I find it pretty interesting.
Here's an example of gocco printing made by CinnabarTree
Using Gocco gives the prints a lovely texture and a hand-made feel.
So, what do you think? Pretty neat right?