“Printmaking is a way to translate and transform found images so they become new.”
“My process allows for printed images to be compressed within frames and expanded across walls. “
“The camera added an extra layer of remove and movement and calculation that felt right.”
“Moving the drawn line into space” - a conversation with the Philadelphia-based artist, Lindsay Deifik.
“Regarding the image as a ready-made material for manipulation” - a conversation with Glasgow-based artist Lilian Ptacek.
“You can be bold and shout something very direct” - a conversation with London-based artist Alice Hartley.
“When I'm looking at the built environment around me, I notice multiples.” - a conversation with St Louis-based artist Sage Dawson.
“I love the flirtation with failure that is inherent to the printmaking process.” - a conversation with Philadelphia-based artist Shelby Donnelly.
“Print is so much of what we interact with daily in our consumer culture” - a conversation with artist Abigail Lucien.
“For a printmaker, I’m very private when I’m making work” - a conversation with San Francisco-based artist Annie May Johnston.
A look at how our edition with this talented artist collaborator was produced.
In the LA studio of talented graphic designer and printmaker.
Set amongst the historic buildings of the Presidio in San Francisco is a print facility with no shortage of history of its own.
Where letterpress can mean so much more than wedding invitations.
See inside the sketchbooks of our newest artist collaborator.
Getting acquainted with makers and artists in our new hometown.
Inspiration for when you’re laying awake at night dreaming up the perfect printshop…
The best kind of scrappy in this hardworking LA printshop.
A couple of RISD grads setting up shop in Providence.
Where the ceramic miracles are made.
What we loved from the fair showings in SF
A roundup of our favorite exhibitions from the year.
For independent publishers there is nothing better than being able to get your work off of people's screens and into their hands.
Not all online art sales platforms are created equal - particularly where prints are concerned.
Our annual run-down of our favorite exhibitions of the year. This year was an all-USA affair but had no shortage of knockouts.
Before deciding on a new piece, learn a little about each fine art printmaking process .
If you've ever thought about purchasing prints or even making them yourself, this post is for you!
The city, modern life and the "world in miniature" at the Jewish Museum.
The Huntington Botanic gardens in Pasadena took us on global garden voyage all while the southern California sun beat down.
As fall approaches we revisit a favorite visit to Kew Gardens and the colors we found there.
Inside the giant Mission District storefront and production facilities of the Bay-Area icon that is Heath Ceramics.
“Concerning Vietnam” unpacks a troubling period of American history using historic printed collateral as its foundation.
Mixing up your vacation with creative workshops and classes around California.
Gloriously unassuming gardens designed by the godfather of Landscape Architecture.
Finding a paradise on earth in Spain.
Favorite designers from this increasingly iconic New York design week event.
We found the Garden of Eden (it’s just outside of Philadelphia)
A magic spot that can still transcend all the images you’ve already seen.