Ink | Water

The process of suminagashi-style marbling has been around for thousands of years. Characterized by delicate tendrils of ink and swirling patterns, pigments sit atop the water's surface and paper is set on the surface of the water, absorbing the marbled designs. 

Water-based paper marbling provides an easily accessible route for creativity. Requiring basic ingredients and the inherent desire to create, the process is both technical and meditative.