spx:

Can I go ahead and add this to my SPX shopping cart?

heyjin-hyejin:

Woo-hoo!

*screams and throws money at screen*

paulina-ho:

10x14 inch woodcut prints! School has been super busy, but I will try not to be so dead on this blog. P.S. I love burgers.

(via fuckyeahprints)

(Source: afterbite, via damnitamber)

tomelvinsart:

TOASTAn original screen print on a canvas material

I want this hanging in my kitchen.

tomelvinsart:

TOAST
An original screen print on a canvas material

I want this hanging in my kitchen.

archivalia:

Bookplate Hugo Erfurth, by Georg Oskar Erler (d. 1951). From the catalog http://www.bibliotekacyfrowa.pl/dlibra/doccontent?id=15480

archivalia:

Bookplate Hugo Erfurth, by Georg Oskar Erler (d. 1951). From the catalog http://www.bibliotekacyfrowa.pl/dlibra/doccontent?id=15480

cyanea:

Peter Gentenaar

Because I started out as a printmaker and sculptor, it took time to loose the idea that paper was a helpful carrier for prints or a filler for moulds. Gradually I found that the single sheet of paper, which had not dried yet, had all the possibilities I needed. A paper sheet is thin and strong and can be compared to the leaf on a tree or plant. Reinforced with very thin ribs of bamboo that look like the ribs of a leaf, the analogy between the sheet of paper and the plant form is emphasized even more.

(via teachingliteracy)

teachingliteracy:

glittermessy

Umm…I need this poster in my apartment right NOW.
Original source on go it alone (together): Shhh!! Libraries are Radical

teachingliteracy:

glittermessy

Umm…I need this poster in my apartment right NOW.

Original source on go it alone (together): Shhh!! Libraries are Radical

(Source: goitalonetogether.files.wordpress.com)

phantasmaphile:

(via Valerie Hammond at Littlejohn Contemporary)

phantasmaphile:

(via Valerie Hammond at Littlejohn Contemporary)


Hand pulled screen print, with paper cut eyes. Made for the ‘Creature Collective’ exhibition.
Walking Rabbit by Supa Frank

Hand pulled screen print, with paper cut eyes. Made for the ‘Creature Collective’ exhibition.

Walking Rabbit by Supa Frank

An Ancient House by Justin Lovato

"Chaos reigns" is a recurring line in the controversial film Antichrist, and it does seem to have some thematic relevance to this imaginative and symbol-rich dwelling fashioned by Justin Lovato. One cannot immediately determine if the artist is showing a tiered altar with strange animals prepared for sacrifice, or a canopied corner of some darker universe where natural laws are in abeyance. Lovato himself is a remarkably eclectic painter and he references a myriad number of ideas in his canvases. It is not decadence, however, that the viewer will be struck by here, but a rich feast of secrets. 

An Ancient House by Justin Lovato

"Chaos reigns" is a recurring line in the controversial film Antichrist, and it does seem to have some thematic relevance to this imaginative and symbol-rich dwelling fashioned by Justin Lovato. One cannot immediately determine if the artist is showing a tiered altar with strange animals prepared for sacrifice, or a canopied corner of some darker universe where natural laws are in abeyance. Lovato himself is a remarkably eclectic painter and he references a myriad number of ideas in his canvases. It is not decadence, however, that the viewer will be struck by here, but a rich feast of secrets.