At a time when countless digital programmes have been developed to emulate age-old techniques, London-based illustrator, artist and printmaker Sophy Hollington stays true to the original. Known for her exquisite linocuts – a process that harks back to the early 20th century – Sophy’s work is an intricate interplay between minute mark-making and bold design. When asked to contribute to The New Yorker’s Page Turner online, she once again turned to her trusty lino tools – this time to bring a Tango-coloured, spaceship-riding Donald Trump to life. Working with a time-consuming medium under a tight deadline; this is where Sophy’s skills shine. She recounts the process of taking an idea from a sketch, through the lengthy linocut process and finally to a pixel-perfect image for the screen.