wingatestudio: Work continues on the Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Tour etching by Walton Ford. We are getting close to finishing this large edition.
Cool! (via Laser cut record made of Wood!!! - BOOOOOOOM!)
(via Messy Nessy Chic) Human Doll Cloning is So Hot right now in Japan
-Has anyone else noticed that the 3D printing stories just keep getting weirder and weirder?
Kristen Martincic, peach stripe U-back suit, woodcut, monotype on kitakata, stitching, 26½x15½x¼”, 2007.
christinacoates final major screen print stage one nearly finished
(via Hyperallergic) Capturing the Chinese Copy Town Trend
Second State Press presents HOTDOG!, an exhibition featuring pressed art inspired by hot dogs, Americana, and the expression “hotdog!” The show features work by SSP’s Fob Holders and hotdog enthusiasts, including prints by: Emmett Ramstad, Chris Hartshorne, Genesis Crespo, Jacqui Evans, Grimaldi Baez, Jessica Gatlin, Katie Pomerantz, Eric Lee and Tony Santoro.
New book by Richard Noyce! (via Bloomsbury - Printmaking Off the Beaten Track)
Good interview with Kevin Sprouls, the artist behind the WSJ’s ‘Hedcuts’, discusses everything but the historic engravings that inspired them. (via 1 | What The WSJ’s Portrait Artist Can Teach You About Innovation)
Dennis McNett’s Art Car for 26th Annual Houston Art Car Parade- Wolfbat-style.
anniebissett: This is one of 46 blocks used to create Helen Frankenthaler’s mokuhanga print Madame Butterfly. It looks like all 46 blocks can be found at the National Gallery of Australia. hlmcmordie: I wish that my woodblocks looked like Helen Frankenthaler’s. (block from Frankenthaler’s Madame Butterfly)
Marc Wagner, “Subconscious Thoughts: A Collection of Drawings and Prints” 2012.
(via Phoenix New Times) Letterpress Is All the Rage — and Part of Its History Is Being Preserved in Arizona Photo: Sky Shipley in his typecasting studio, Chapel of the Blessed Eutectic, in Prescott, AZ. A big slideshow here.
Good essay about a good essay about the role protest graphics play in bringing change. (via Hyperallergic » Remembering Art’s Role in Social Change)
A studio visit with Alexis Granwell on the Artblog. (via theartblog)
(via New Software Teaches Photocopiers How To Grade Papers | Popular Science) But when is Takach going to invent a press that will grade student prints?
COLPA @ REFORM SCHOOL. Colpa specializes in hand-made art books and collectible cards.
These publications intend to challenge the relationship between printmaking and concept, creating objects in a reciprocal dialog with the way in which they are produced.
(via Justseeds) Roger Peet, Counterfeit: A Congo Diptych 2, Woodcut with hand-coloring, 2013.
(via The Atlantic Wire) It’s Not So Easy to 3D Print a Gun by Philip Bump
David Platzker, formerly of Specific Object, and Printed Matter, named new curator of prints and illustrated books at MOMA. (via Art in America)
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