One Printeresting editor takes a position on the national Street Printer situation.
RIP Wanda Ewing
For those of you who lamented the loss of the E/AB Fair at print week, I hope you had a chance to see Straight from the Hellbox,…
Join us for this studio visit with Marianne Dages of Huldra Press.
Montana Night, Photopolymer Intaglio, edition of 10, 16 x 19 inches, 2010
Recently I was lucky enough to visit the studio…
A look at Rob Swainston’s solo exhibition WOODCUT MAP OF UTOPIA FROM THE SEPTEMBER 2013 EDITION at Marginal Utility Gallery.
Scott Hug’s work spans a design+art practice, with a razor focus on the potential of the book and zine form.
The in.print.out Exhibition, including a citywide billboard project, and works from the Krakow International Graphic Triennial.
This extra-ordinary exhibition was curated by Andrew Raftery, who selected 35 works from the Academy’s permanent collection.
At a point where contemporary art often struggles to describe it’s relevance to larger culture, this exhibition seems to be propose a model for artists beginning creation in conversation with their audience.
This and future Mail Bag posts will attempt to show some selections of the amazing printed stuff people have sent us through the mail. Enjoy.