‘An independent media take over of the Newsstand at the Metropolitan Avenue station in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.’ (via Photo by paperworknyc • Instagram)
Coolhunting visits Merimekko! (via Interview: Minna Kemell-Kutvonen and Sami Ruotsalainen - Cool Hunting)
This show at the Yale University Library looks red hot. (via Permanent Markers: Aspects of the History of Printing | Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library)
Check out these wild collaged linocut prints by Katja Schubert. (via Katja Schubert works)
Mini Eco offers up this delightful printable Father’s Day card in the nick of time! (via swissmiss)
New Mac Pro looks suspiciously like a brayer. (via Macworld)
thesmallletter: Forward of Five Hundred Years of Printing by Beatrice Warde
Publisher: Penguin | S.H Steinberg | Middlesex 1955
Mitch Mitchell, Distance Arc, Quilted Newspaper, Silkscreen, Rust, Inflation System, Timing Electronics, 2012.
New Print/New Narratives: Summer 2013 selected by Andrew Raftery opens tonight at the IPCNY (via International Print Center NY)
(via ARTINFO) Take a Tour of Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe’s Labyrinthine Art Basel Installation centered around the printmaking lab of a fictional artist collective called “Artichoke Underground”
ILSSA’s 5th Annual Festival to Plead for Skills 5-7 JULY 2013, Asheville, NC. Can anyone attend and write a post about this for us?
Sunday Morning Comics by Work Press and Publication aren’t just for Sundays.
So much news! Go check out SKH’s first post for Art in Print (via Art in Print | INK: Reboot)
adjacentpracticecollidingdaily: Rafal’s Caryatid printout with unpredictable coloured ink abstraction.
Printeresting contributor Sage Dawson has an interview on Studio Break podcast!
(via A Plethora of Prints: Arts Culture Magazine Houston) Teresa Gomez-Martorell, Night on Earth, artist’s book, drypoint and embroidery, 2012.
(via Hyperallergic) OWS Screenprinters Return to Zuccotti Park for #OccupyGezi
Things to look forward to. Updates here.
“The eventual goal is a drone that flies right out of the printer with electronics and motive power already in place,” (via Navy considers 3D-printing future fleets of drones — RT USA)
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