The art of printing is based on hand prints on cave walls that were made thousands of years ago. However, although the art of printmaking dates back centuries, the terms related to this art are renewing itself day by day, and new techniques and materials are added to the terminology. Although this art is quite old, it has been seen how harmful the toxic substances used in time have caused to health, and this has led artists to search for more reliable products. In addition, the artists started to experiment with the materials at hand, since some materials caused problems in terms of both cost and access. Due to these and similar reasons, a tendency towards more organic ones, both as a mold and as a dye and solvent, has been seen day by day, thus new techniques, methods and materials have emerged in the experimental sense.
This book is also a reference source that will provide great convenience in conveying these innovations and providing access to the meanings of terms in academic research. It is an abbreviated terminology focused on print that will be used by researchers and experts working on this field, especially undergraduate students studying in related departments of universities, as well as academicians.