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  1. Book Artist of the Month: Sarah McDermott

    March 25, 2013 by Erin Fletcher

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    Throughout the month I’ve featured the book art work of Sarah McDermott, but she also works as a talented printer. This past winter, Sarah created these screenprints that will hopefully be part of a larger series. Sarah has been able to improve her method of registration using the pin and tab system, which she learned from Dennis O’Neil’s experimental screenprint class at Corcoran. 

    I really love these prints and I’m so glad Sarah shared them with me. I do hope they become part of a larger series because I’m curious to see where these limbs (or perhaps other body parts) appear next. 

    You can see more of her print work here.

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  2. Artist: V A Graham

    November 22, 2012 by Erin Fletcher

    I was playing Sonic the Hedgehog recently and the graphics were terribly ancient looking yet so nostalgic.  The work of Veronica Graham utilizes video game graphics to create wonderfully detail maps depicting various landscapes and territories. 


  3. If Only…

    November 13, 2012 by Erin Fletcher

    I love these hand-pulled silk screenprints from Jason and Briana over at Brainstorm. Actually, I love all of their prints of bold and simple designs inspired by nature and science. Plus their prints are so affordable you could cover a wall with them.


  4. Artist: Sanya Glisic

    July 26, 2012 by Erin Fletcher

    Sanya Glisic is an illustrator and printer located in Chicago, who cleverly creates dynamic imagery with the use of a few colors (combing muted and saturated) underneath lines varying in thickness and depth.  I first fell in love with Sanya’s work through her zodiac series being sold through her Etsy shop Horsedrawn Carriage.  Jason and I own the two screenprints shown above; I find myself getting lost in the details, studying the fine line work in awe.

    Sanya’s illustrations perfectly marry the foul and eerie feeling behind the cautionary tales in the 19th century German publication of Struwwelpeter.  In 2010 she reprinted the tales alongside the illustrations inspired by them in her own artist book.  

     


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