Dixylography and Trixylography:
Woodcutting is a printing technique in which a block of wood printing in relief is used to create graphics.
This technique is derived from the woodcut and is created by 2 or 3 different woodcuts of equal size, which are printed on top of each other in a way all the prints are recognizable. By mixing the two or three different expressions, new themes may arise.
For example, “She waits” + “He waits” => “México”.
Maybe it would then be interesting to ask for the matching monochromatic and the multi-chromatic works.