Many images of life in the land of Humbravana and its environment, are available in limited edition prints. Imero explored different techniques in intaglio, woodcut and collagraph. He built his own printing presses and experimented with different kinds of printmaking.
Intaglio is a technique whereby the the printing plate is inscribed with a sharp tool to create fine lines and detailed images. Etching is a common form of this technique. But in order to avoid the acids and toxic chemicals required for the metal plate used in etching, Imero developed his own method of using Masonite as the plate material, which he inscribed into with a sharpened nail.
Woodcut and Linoleum techniques produce a more solid, graphic look, although they can be very detailed too. Imero experimented with various kinds of wood and linoleum for his plates and carved using tools of the trade.
Collagraph is a technique of building up the plate with different objects and materials by adhering them to its’ surface. Imero used masonite for his plates and experimented with thick paints and fabrics.