Linoprints are a relief print. The relief is the image that has ink rolled onto it after everything else has been carved away. In this case it is a block of artist’s linoleum. It is often taught in public school art classes, which is where I first learned to make linoprints. I just never stopped.
Here are photographs of the process of carving the linoleum block.
Here are some examples of Linoprints. Contact me for more information if you are interested in anything you see or are curious about additional work.