‘Polymonotype’ is a silkscreen printmaking technique developed by Sadie Weis.


It is better to be burned up in beauty…
Polymonotype Acrylic Silkscreen on Mylar, interference pigment, solid paint marker,
 ballpoint pen, 76cm X 107cm, 2017.


Kopfkino
Polymonotype Acrylic Silkscreen on Mylar, interference pigment, solid paint marker,
 ballpoint pen, 61cm X 91cm, 2015.


Angst
Polymonotype Acrylic Silkscreen on Mylar, interference pigment, solid paint marker,
 ballpoint pen, 61cm X 91cm, 2015.


The Sirens pushing the Sky away
Polymonotype Acrylic Silkscreen on Mylar, interference pigment, solid paint marker,
 ballpoint pen, 107cm X 76cm, 2015.


A Glamorous Depiction of a Glorious Disaster
Polymonotype Acrylic Silkscreen on Mylar, solid paint marker,
 ballpoint pen, 76cm X 107cm, 2010.


Burn my Heart With a Glittering Torch and Set Me Free
Polymonotype Acrylic Silkscreen on Mylar, ballpoint pen, 61cm X 91cm, 2011.


Here the Roots of Displacement Fester and GLOW
Polymonotype Acrylic Silkscreen on Mylar,
ballpoint pen, 76cm X 107cm, 2010.


Trophy for the Dispossessed
Polymonotype Acrylic Silkscreen on Mylar, solid paint marker,
ballpoint pen. 76cm X 107cm, 2010.


Trophy for the Unaware
Polymonotype Acrylic Silkscreen on Mylar,
ballpoint pen. 66cm X 86cm, 2010.


My bat-lightning heart wants to fly away
Polymonotype Acrylic
Silkscreen on Mylar,
ballpoint pen, 66cm X 86cm, 2010.


Excira and Delira
Acrylic Polymonotype Silkscreen on Mylar, 58cm x 89cm, 2008.