Orlov Printing

A method of a single-run multi-color printing invented by Ivan Orlov in 1890 in Russia. It is used for getting prints in which the change of color in strokes is sharp. No displacement, no superimposition or breaking of color. The peculiarity of this printing method: the formation of separate ink layers on color-separated plates and the transfer of the inks to the common plate and then to the receiving surface.

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