Please keep this circulating. Cops are getting more and more brazen, know your rights!
Here’s a wood engraving. How does wood engraving differ from woodcut? Subtly, that’s how.
Third screen print: This Astronaut. I feel like I’m starting to get the hang of it.
Pretty soon, you’ll see some printed copies of “How To Stretch a Silkscreen” around the print studio! The Instructional will walk you through Materials & Preparation, Stretching the Screen, and Taping the Frame.
For a preview online, you can scroll through the images above or Click here to view the PDF.
This Instructional is brought to you by Stephanie Plenner (IRFM) and Cris Morales (BFA 2014) in collaboration with Melissa Leandro in the Fiber and Material Studies Department.
Thanks Stephanie and Cris!
The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow: NON-TOPICAL ADVERTIZING. THE RUSSIAN POSTERS OF THE BEGINNING OF THE XX-TH CENTURY
This exhibition works within the program “the Tretyakov Gallery opens the store rooms”. The exhibition represents placards of the XIX-XX-th centuries from a collection of a drawing of the State Tretyakov Gallery.
In an exposition there are sheets from F.F.Fedorov’s collection making a basis of a museum collection of this kind of a drawing and unique posters of theatrical and exhibition projects of artists-emigrants. This posters add to the Tretyakov Gallery`s collection as a part of a heritage of the Russian artist Michael Larionov in 1989.
"Mort au milieu de tout plaisir mondain…" - anonymous
272 mm x 384 mm
Memento mori: a corpse, all skin and bones, lying in a landscape, a scythe in his hand; around him, putti playing music and singing, and monkeys chained up to a ball.
I thought this Justin Bieber duct tape was gonna last, but it ended up coming unglued at the last second.
Here’s a woodcut I printed tonight. It’s for the Prints Charming show at Art Avenue on valentine’s day. Bring your mother, tell a friend.
Here’s my first shot at screen printing.
Amazing block print carving in India.
Inside my hand lives a fairly archaic machine.