Monthly Archives: November 2010

People Watching

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Got a flesh wound? Why not print some new skin?

This is too interesting not to post. Thank God for ink jet printers.

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85th Annual International Competition: Printmaking

First of all if you haven’t checked out The Print Center you must. While I know most of you print oriented people already know exactly what I am talking about because of the conference last year that does not mean … Continue reading

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More Olafur Eliasson

I went to the Hirshhorn in Washington D.C. and saw this piece by Olafur Eliasson, so i filmed it with my phone, pretty cool to see in person.

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Say what grandma?

So while searching for reference materials for my next woodblock I came across this artist. From what I can gather (the web site is in French? I believe…) this photographer is genius. He takes pictures of his grandma and his … Continue reading

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Simply Complex

instance of genius? background: genius

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NY Times: Monday Nov. 22, 2010 – front page photographs

Found these images interesting… Not only were they taken with an iPhone (the topic of one of the articles), but the iPhone was using an app. that imitates the kind of pictures a Holga camera would produce. This is very … Continue reading

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