I pulled about 6 prints onto a very thin and silky paper with a white on white design. While waiting for them to dry I found a piece of melmanine composite board which I cut to the size I needed and screwed a cardboard bolt form, and some wooden reinforcement, to it. I'd forgotten how much fun it is to run the saws, drill press, sander, etc., and the resulting mess there is to clean up.
When the prints were dry enough to work with I proceeded to wrap the bolt form, first with a piece of Sommerset white paper and then around several times with the silky woodblock prints until I had a bolt of the Fabric of the Gulf.
The top of the bolt is, more or less, authentic (big lie), too – however what it says is the truth!
I'm hoping you can click on that and be able to read it - if not it says: Gulf Black Plague, 100% oil pollution, Machine wash cool, certified dispersants, lie, lie, lie. And where the price is: $200 billion.
That about covers it - I will pull a regular, "hang on the wall" print tomorrow!