Soon, there will be many just like this all over Saskatoon!
And now we have some posters by Monique Martin! For anyone who doesn't know how this works: Ms. Martin started with a print block and some carving tools. Everything that is left white on here was hand-carved. When she wanted to test something, she would take and ink roller and some ink, ink the block, and then stamp the block on the paper. And since the stamping caused a mirror effect, everything (font and all) and to be carved backward.
On the top left, we have the ink block Monique carved. Top right, you can the sword and the iris (a flower meaning friendship, hope, wisdom and valour). On the bottom is a final copy. A few will be for sale Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan.
"The wise and fool, the artist and unread..."
Agamamnon, Troilus and Cressida, Act I, Scene III