The Last Supper is about the transformation of human existence. Artist used figurative and abstract forms to convey the message by transforming, editing, and adding new layers. The entire process of the transformations originated as simple thought translated onto paper in form of a sketch. That simple drawing was used to create a first digital draft which was transformed onto plaster and wood surfaces. In woodcut and plaster technique artist was able to engrave the shapes, textures, and shades. Created matrixes were printed onto cotton paper and photographed afterward, and this is where the artist’s influence of the transformation ends. Finally, you have a chance to be part of the transformation cycle and use the digital medium to create another layer by printing it on the new surface and continue the process of transformation. Here you can see the printmaking making of in action: