Isn’t it so true that some things can only be combated (or cured) by a healthy serving of ice cream? Slow Industries’ newest print features a quote from famed runner Don Kardong, who clearly views the consumption of ice cream as a moral imperative.
Posts Tagged ‘linocut’
This past weekend, Slow Industries’ Education Outreach Coordinator, Sarah Vogel, taught a two color linocut class at the ever popular Evanston Print & Paper shop. And what a class it was! Six industrious workshop participants carved and printed like crazy to finish six pretty amazing prints. Read on for more pictures and stats!
We couldn’t be more impressed by the work Marnie at Monkey-Rope Press has done on her most recent project, In the Sounds and Seas Vol.1, or more eagerly anticipating getting our hands on at least one copy! (Not to mention the next five volumes!) This first volume of beautifully detailed and composed pen-and-ink drawings is probably something you’re going to need as well. Feel free to snap up your own copy on etsy, or go and check out more pictures on flickr. Bravo, Marnie! What fabulous work!
First, we had to determine the most appropriate, relevant and – dare we say – creepy manner of eroding the sepia portrait prints. It took multiple tries, and more than a few x-acto blades.
Doesn’t the sign just say it all? Especially true for anyone lurking behind the flowers.
These two pieces will eventually be multi-layered, eroded formal portraits. In this post, you can see all the layers being printed – directly above, the first and second color passes for the top layer. (more…)