Tamarind Institute Crossword 2020

Enjoy a lithography-focused crossword puzzle, created by our team of printers — a little 2020 distraction and insight into the workshop and its history. Answers at the end!

ACROSS:
1. What requires your right and left hand to line up.
3. Maker of crayons.
7. Material used on some rollers.
9. Useful with answer to 25 across.
13. Material for many litho plates.
14. They don’t mix in lithography.
17. Eponymous phrase from the movie “Four stones for
Kanemitsu”.
20. Two semester ed. at Tamarind.
21. Undesirable wet patterns?
23. Female founder.
25. A thin one can be created using the
answer to 9 across.
26. Name of a retired Tamarind master printer.
29. Name commonly used for the type of offset press
Tamarind has.
30. Longest-serving Tamarind director.
31. Tool that can be used to prevent the answer to 27 down.
34. Type of transparency.
35. __-lithography requires multiple layers.
36. This ranges from 0 to 14.

DOWN:
2. You must buff to achieve this.
3. Run that ties them all together.
4. Shorter class offered at Tamarind between semesters.
5. One of many nicknames for Tamarind’s now retired education director.
6. Pattern in a nicely washed area?
8. Where stones lay down?
9. Partnership between printer and artist.
10. Component in TAPEM.
11. These are created by chemical reactions on stone.
12. Last name of a press company developed in collaboration with Tamarind.
15. First name of Tamarind’s first education director.
16. Product of Senegalia senegal, e.g.
18. Lithography studio that hides in small places.
19. Actor and playwright who invented lithography.
22. Piece that spans the width of an image.
24. One in charge of checking all the editions.
27. This can ruin a flat?
28. The dog hidden in the Tamarind building throughout the years.
32. Coll. Tamarind is a part of.
33. Individual run through the press, abbrv.

Download a printable version of the crossword here

ANSWERS

ACROSS:
1. What requires your right and left hand to line up.
3. Maker of crayons.
7. Material used on some rollers.
9. Useful with answer to 25 across.
13. Material for many litho plates.
14. They don’t mix in lithog-raphy.
17. Eponymous phrase from the movie “Four stones for Kanemitsu”.
20. Two semester ed. at Tamarind.
21. Undesirable wet pat-terns?
23. Female founder.
25. A thin one can be created using the answer to 9 across.
26. Name of a retired Tama-rind master printer.
29. Name commonly used for the type of offset press Tam-arind has.
30. Longest serving Tama-rind director.
31. Tool that can be used to prevent the answer to 27 down.
34. Type of transparency.
35. __-lithography requires multiple layers.
36. This ranges from 0 to 14.

DOWN:
2. You must buff to achieve this.
3. Run that ties them all to-gether.
4. Shorter class offered at Tamarind between semes-ters.
5. One of many nicknames for Tamarind’s now retired education director.
6. Pattern in a nicely washed area?

8. Where stones lay down?
9. Partnership between printer and artist.
10. Component in TAPEM.
11. These are created by chemical reactions on stone.
12. Last name of a press company developed in col-laboration with Tamarind.
15. First name of Tamarind’s first education director.
16. Product of Senegalia senegal, e.g.
18. Lithography studio that hides in small places.
19. Actor and playwright who invented lithography.
22. Piece that spans the width of an image.
24. One in charge of check-ing all the editions.
27. This can ruin a flat?
28. The dog hidden in the Tamarind building through-out the years.
32. Coll. Tamarind is a part of.
33. Individual run through the press, abbrv.

X