Have you met JooHee Yoon? She's an artist and illustrator whose work you may have seen in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Lucky Peach, and many other places. She's also published a few books, including this favorite of mine:
She illustrated 16 poems using just 3 colors. All of those secondary colors are created by overlapping the original 3.
That woodblock/linoleum print look she's getting? It's from actually carving and printing wood and linoleum blocks.
She's also a master at drawing.
Besides being a professional illustrator, JooHee teaches at RISD. If anyone wants to sponsor me to go take classes from her, that would be swell. For now, I will take inspiration from her modern use of traditional printmaking techniques and other analog materials and tools.
I'm Debbie Way, an artist and writer who enjoys making things.