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ficklenotions:

'Unspeakable' 11x15 silkscreen 

ficklenotions:

'Unspeakable' 11x15 silkscreen 

natalyabalnova:

Animals in Daze #1

3-color silkscreen prints
10” x 12”, edition of 16

nourbanu:

Red, black, white, and circles, 2013, acrylic, pen, and marker on paper.

alexdrawing:

I’m not quite done with my book for the Relief class, but here is some process. I’ve never carved before, and I like that my inexperience established parameters as I planned my illustrations. Even though I was absolutely taking aesthetic cues from Grigory Babich, I think pushing the iconicity (with the expectation it would make everything easier to carve) put my own style into play. Also, designing the book, the flow of the illustrations, and the folds and cuts was in some ways kind of easy because I already had a story written down for it.

I’m planning to screenprint the text (the book pictured is a dummy) this week.

garethbrookes:

There’s still a few of my silent sci-fi The Land of my Heart Chokes on its Abundance in my web shop

It’s gonna take me a while to make more of them so get in while you can.

wnycradiolab:

For our latest podcast, The Skull, we did a little experiment in 3D printing.

Visit our Thingiverse page and print your own 2 million-year-old skull (or, if you don’t have access 3D printer, at least check out the nifty “thingview” option).

(Thanks to Henry Reich of MinutePhysics fame for snapping these photos!)

firstproof:

Run go check this out, download them all, and study up! It’s not often we get a database of high resolution images of a master at work.

oldbookillustrations:

Apollo.
From Selection of vases, statues, busts, &c., from terra-cottas, by J. M. Blashfield, London, 1857.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Apollo.

From Selection of vases, statues, busts, &c., from terra-cottas, by J. M. Blashfield, London, 1857.

(Source: archive.org)

See it while you still can!