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The projects, travels and inspirations of an artist-maker-printmaker.

Thomas Schutte’s recent woodcuts are so good. Inking up the composite wood and playing on its wonderfully irregular surface. 

(Source: camillelh)

— 1 year ago with 6 notes
#printmaking  #prints  #woodcut  #art  #artist 

Robert Voit’s “New Trees” series. Brilliant. 

— 1 year ago
#photography  #nature  #natural  #documentary  #art  #artist 
Lisa Oppenheim at Klosterfelde, Berlin. Really good looking show.

Lisa Oppenheim at Klosterfelde, Berlin. Really good looking show.

— 1 year ago
#art  #artists  #exhibitions  #installation  #berlin 

Love these screenprints that artist Brett Groves editioned at Fourth Estate

— 1 year ago
#printmaking  #print  #screenprint  #art  #artist 
My fellow MFA-er Brian Dunn has uploaded some photos from his most recent installation, Fiction. Check it out! Talented man.

My fellow MFA-er Brian Dunn has uploaded some photos from his most recent installation, Fiction. Check it out! Talented man.

— 1 year ago with 2 notes
#Cornell  #grad school  #exhibition  #art  #artist 
Robert Rauschenberg goin’ for it!

Robert Rauschenberg goin’ for it!

— 1 year ago with 41 notes
#screenprint  #printmaking  #print  #artist  #art 

I’m a little obsessed with Virgin Honey’s Flickr page. These “replicas” are my favorite. 

— 1 year ago
#photography  #art  #artists 

My friend Matt makes the best paintings ever! All from the left-over paint at the museum education center where he works.

— 1 year ago
#painting  #art  #artist 

Sketch is absolutely worth a visit when in London. Martin Creed’s installation in the Gallery Restaurant is unbelievable. We didn’t want a whole sit-down affair, so popped into The Parlour for high tea one afternoon. 

— 2 years ago with 3 notes
#eat  #london  #travel  #tea  #restaurant  #art 

Bani Abidi. Security Barrier Type A andSecurity Barrier Type K, 2008. From a portfolio of 12 digital prints, irregular composition. 

— 2 years ago
#art  #artists  #print  #printmaking 

I stumbled on these mesmerizing photos a few months ago and have just now re-discovered them. They’re all taken from underneath lit billboards - they look like space ships! The photographer is Slovakian born Branislav Kropilak.

— 4 years ago
#art  #artists  #photography