Lithography is a printing technique based on the principle that oil and water repel each other. Like many other printing techniques, lithography is a chemical process with a unique aesthetic, direct drawing techniques. Kitchen lithography is a contemporary form of lithography. Traditional lithography printing technique is a planographic (printing from a flat surface) printing technique based on the mutual thrust of oil and water. Kitchen Litho is an aluminum foil-based, hard flat plate lithography prepared with cola instead of turpentine and classic acids. The preparation phase is shorter than traditional lithography. Cola, Aluminum foil, tape, clean damp sponge, a plastic or metal sheet for fixing foil, thick oil-based ink and roller, a plastic tub to hold the cola bath, wetted paper or dry paper. This article aims to present a new perspective to the lithography environment, to create lithographic prints using the basic home materials for artists, to present a fast, non-toxic and simplified method. Artists can create a kitchen lithography process by creating their own prints in ink or by hand in gravure printing machines.
Printing, Lithography, Kitchen Lithography