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New Screenprints by Zeb Love

New Screenprints by Zeb Love

Zeb Love has some new historically themed screenprints designed to look like woodcuts. Each print measures 16″x20″ and costs $40 each. Each edition is a mere 10 pieces and features hand screened and painted colors. Look below for Zeb’s tributes to Nikola Tesla, Abe Lincoln, Emelia Earhart, Christopher Columbus, Amerigo Vespucci, and Ferdinand Magellan. Buy Prints at ZebLove.com (more…)

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Art Project by Google

Art Project by Google

Do yourself a favor and head over to Google Art Project. Google has taken their Street View concept and mapped several of the world’s greatest art museums, including virtual walkthroughs and extremely high-def photos of of some beautiful art works. You can sign in and save pieces to your favorites collection, and more.

There are screenshots of the site in action below, along with two explanatory videos. This is a great step forward for arts education and brings these works into your home to scrutinize in greater detail than you can even do in person. (more…)

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Dave Kinsey “Beast of Burden”

Dave Kinsey - Beast of Burden

Dave Kinsey has a great new print coming out tomorrow. “Beast of Burden” is a high quality four color screenprint on cotton rag paper. The print is an edition of only 100 pieces and comes signed, numbered, and stamped. “Beast of Burden” will be available tomorrow, January 13th at Blk Mrkt. Full print image below. (more…)

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Dave Kinsey “Pendulum”

Dave Kinsey "Pendulum"

Dave Kinsey has a new silkscreen dropping today, Friday, November 19th at BLK/MRKT Gallery. “Pendulum” is a four color silkscreen that measures 18×18 inches, and comes signed and numbered in an edition of only 130. The cost for this print is a mere $85 and will be released at a random time. Visit Blk/Mrkt Gallery to purchase. Full image below. (more…)

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Jay Ryan & Aaron Horkey Collaborative Art Print

Jay Ryan & Aaron Horkey Collaborative Art Print

Two of the best poster artists working today, with two VERY different techniques have teamed up once again to create an astonishing art print that is currently in progress at Ryan’s The Bird Machine print shop near Chicago, IL. Jay is documenting the whole process with commentary at GigPosters.com but we are going to include a gallery of his process photos below. The gallery will be updated until the print is completed, with release information to follow.

For a refresher, check out their last collaborative print from April, 2010.

This is a very valuable process documentation for anyone interested in illustration and serigraphy. Check out some truly masterful rubylith work below.

The print is now complete clocking in at 13 colors. The final prints will be trimmed to 19″ x 25.25″ and will be made available on The Bird Machine soon. Release information will come in a separate post. The final images have been added to the gallery below, including a closeup of the tribute to the memory of Seth the greyhound, Jay Ryan’s dog who passed away during the making of this print.

The print is now available for purchase. Edition of 280, signed for $120 / limit of two per customer. Buy it now at The Bird Machine (more…)

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Jeff Soto “The Seeker”

Jeff Soto "The Seeker"

Jeff Soto has teamed with Jonathan LeVine Gallery to produce this gorgeous lithograph. “The Seeker” is a 23.5″ x 36″ offset lithograph on 80# Patina Matte paper in a signed and numbered edition of 450. The print is currently on preorder for 15% off of the normal price of $75 which should put it around the low price of $63.75. The preorder ends by mid november when prints will be shipped. I wouldn’t imagine this will last that long so if you want it, get it now at a discount.

Category: Art History, Lithograph No Comments »
New prints from Kevin Cyr

Kevin Cyr

Kevin Cyr has made 3 new prints available on the print service 20×200. 20×200 is a cool new website that features affordable art prints which are limited editions at various sizes for a variety of prices. The base edition is of 200 and costs $20 ea, from there pricing varies. Check out the three images you can purchase below. (more…)

Category: Art History, Giclee No Comments »
Andy Warhol paints Debbie Harry on Amiga Computer 1985 (video)

Andy Warhol paints Debbie Harry on an Amiga Computer - 1985

I stumbled upon this old video (below) of eccentric pop artist Andy Warhol ‘painting’ a digital portrait of Debbie Harry in 1985. This video is hilariously bad and fascinating to me, and I figured some of you might appreciate it too. I especially like how the computer guy host seems to be less than thrilled with the color fills Andy is using but Andy is more than fascinated by it and calls his digital manipulation ‘beautiful’ I suppose the concept of this moment is quite beautiful, although the results are laughable by today’s standards. It sure doesn’t hurt to have Debbie Harry circa 1985 as your muse. Witness the first crude steps of a technology that many of us take for granted on a daily basis. (more…)

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