Monoprinting is a form of printmaking that has images or lines that can only be made once, unlike most printmaking, where there are multiple originals. There are many techniques of monoprinting. Examples of standard printmaking techniques which can be used to make monoprints include lithography, woodcut, and etching.
Making a Monoprint:
by Donna Clark: http://www.donnaclarkartist.com/monoprints.html
by Orna Feinstein: http://www.ornafeinstein.com/branched.html
by Harry Bertoia: http://www.harrybertoia.org/monoprints.html
by Rose Jaffe: http://rosejaffe.prosite.com/20936/207366/home/monoprints
Subtractive Monoprints: https://www.pinterest.com/jainslieb/subtractive-monoprint/
Objective: Create a series of monoprints that address (1) registration (2) application of color (3) stenciling (4) additive and subtractive techniques and (5) effective composition