Printing techniques vary in keeping with the nature of the poem and its paper.
Methods chosen work in correlation with the paper choice to fully represent the ideology of the piece.
Processes include letterpress, foil blocking and lithography, no digital processes are used.
Due to the variations in paper composition and finish, production can be complex and involve various stages. Certain pieces also require the acid-etching of copper dies for the pressing of inks and foils.
The finished product is a one-off print, there are no reproductions. Each work of art is a unique creation.