This piece shows a whole range of technology including the synthesis of linocut, woodblock and hot metal typography. From a previous un-documented test where colour was the main focus, it was possible to determine that too many colours actually complicate a design and quite often makes the piece less impactful. So taking what had been learned previously the perimeters set within this experiment was to only use two colours. The colours selected were yellow and black because the two seem to contrast each other very well. To start, an initial layer of yellow was applied via linocut and woodblock. The second part of the experiment was to then over lap the first layer with a striking black color. The results were thoroughly interesting, woodblock type which had been printed in yellow seemed to emboss the paper, while linocut letters were softer and therefore didn’t leave as much of and impression. This gave the piece a unique feel as the ink from the black didn’t sit too deep into the paper and it was possible to see the first yellow layer underneath. The second learning outcome from this set up was the texture achieved by leaving on the excess lino around the letterforms. In a way this allows the viewer to question how the piece has been created.