Retro Gals series collab with Family Tree Design
Screen Prints & T-shirts available @ http://www.familytreedesign.net/
Gatsby (by aledlewis)
Two color orca-inspired mermaid loveliness; part of a new print. Letterpress here we come.
"The Fading Fair" by Paul Hornschemeier
“The Fading Fair” is a six-color boardwalk-inspired screen print designed by illustrator and cartoonist Paul Hornschemeier. The artwork was printed on an archival, environmentally-friendly natural white 260gsm print making paper by Providence’s The Head Light Hotel.
$10 dollars from each print sold will be donated to the American Red Cross’ ongoing Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.
This is the first screen print I’ve done from a few weeks back, with a drawing I did of an old photo taken over summer. I really liked the effect the colours created together, and the graininess originated by not applying enough pressure. You can get some really magical results!
I plan to use screen printing more, as I really didn’t take much advantage of it until my last project of first year. Hopefully I can get more versatile with it and maybe learn to do some CYMK printing… hopefully!
Here is a re-working of ‘Stay Fierce’ in screen-print, 2-colour style. It was for a show named Risographica at Lamington Drive gallery, but I decided to go with another piece.
So! Stay tuned for the Risographica show date & make sure you go!
Risographica is an annual fundraising show featuring a smorgasboard of 2-colour Risograph prints from your favourite Jacky Winter artists!
All works are be in limited editions of 10 for sale at $50.00 each, with a percentage of each sale being donated to a nominated charity of each artist’s choice.
"xxxv places the birds gather in the second week of february" by Nigel Peake (via Tiny Showcase)
"Untitled #9" by Jungil Hong (via Tiny Showcase)