Chvrches- Clearest Blue I like the idea of the straight edge shapes and the repetitive nature of the design, I think this links well to the song genre. I could create my own through Lino print and make sure it tiles exactly perfectly.
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Lino Print: Do You Ever Think About What's Out There? - Linocut, Signed and Numbered Art print, Edition of 100
'Do You Ever Think About What's Out There?' is a handmade lino print/linocut of two people stood outside a house, looking up at the night's sky. It's printed in black ink on Zerkall smooth print making paper. Printed on approx 36x50 cm paper (just an approximate guide as the paper is all cut by hand) All prints are signed and numbered, in an edition of 100. Please note that image shown is only representative of the edition - customers will almost certainly receive a different number from…
I have challenged my printmaking groups to combine collagraph prints with gum arabic transfers. They have made a set of small plates, these are 3in x 3in, using tile cement, carborundum and wood glue, then simply intaglio printed using one or two colours, I have also used dress pattern tissue as chine collee. When the prints are dry I have added some gum arabic transfer elements in gold and silver ink. Really sparking off some ideas for me.
Sold Price: Lill Tschudi (1911-2004) - Le Long des Quais (C.L.T.84) - July 4, 0115 1:30 PM BST
linocut printed in colours, 1949, signed, titled and inscribed hand-print in pencil, numbered 35/50, on tissue thin wove paper, with margins, 340 x 180 mm (13 3/8 x 7 1/8 in)
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Medium - Colour linocut, signed by the artist, Norman C Jaques in pencil Edition - A rare, unnumbered edition Image dimensions - 40.5 x 50 cm (h x w) Unframed - mounted with off white, acid-free board 53.5 x 64.5 cm (h x w) This is a rare copy of one of the artist’s most successful prints, purchased from the Jaques studio. It is thought to depict a landscape at Arley in Cheshire. This print was one of two jointly awarded the 2nd Prize in the Giles Bequest Competition, 1954, for colour prints…
Marthe Armitage . English Wallpaper at it’s finest.
Marthe Armitage is a British designer, who graduated from Chelsea School of Art just after the second world war, and after marriage and kids, started designing lino-cut wallpaper in the 60’s.…