Linocuts and woodcuts has been made for several thousand years.
You cut with special sharp irons in the surface of the plates.
Then pressing the plates on special thick paper after putting on colours using a rubber roller.
Different colours can be used.
Also one-two-three plates with different colours on the same paper if desired.
Part of the linocut from Faroe Islands ( right )
has been used as motive for a bronze relief primary made in moler