Can We Shall We Pale Blue Lasercut | Etsy
In beautiful pale blue, each one in it's own deep blue envelope. Text reads: ”Can We? Shall We? One day very soon, let us go away together just you and me. Can We? Shall We? Call in sick one day and travel to the sea and hold hands all day. Can We? Shall We? Eat our sandwiches on the train, get drunk on fresh air and come home tired and never tell anyone.... Ever.” Lasercut measures 27cm x 37.5cm and is initialed and numbered by Rob in an edition of 1000.
All of the Thoughts (Man/Woman)
Screenprint – unmounted, unframed. Image size: 285mm x 355mm. Edition size: 400 Two-colour hand-pulled screenprint in beautiful burgundy brown and soft vanilla.This is an original limited edition print, signed by the artist.
5th Birthday Lasercut!!
To celebrate the 5th birthday of Rob's shop Ryantown this weekend, Rob has produced five new limited edition lasercuts. 'I Made It With My Hands' is available in black, light blue, blue, orange and pink and each are a signed edition of 50. Rob has created a screenprinted folder for the piece which details the history of and Rob's inspiration behind Ryantown. As part of the 5th birthday celebrations, this Saturday 29th June, Rob is offering the first five customers through Ryantown's door one…
the world of rob ryan
this is intricate world of rob ryan. how extraordinary that almost all of his work is cut out on delicate fragile pieces of paper this man’s talent is so oh my god, where do you even start? w…
V&A Illustration Awards 2012 has announced its shortlist and it's a cracker
It sounds silly, but sometimes it's too easy to forget or dismiss the work that goes into the visual elements of what we're presented with everyday in various publications and books. But an excellent illustration is like a brilliant side-dish, enhancing the experience of the main course (text) and contributing to the overall effect, sometimes even rescuing the (metaphorical) meal. The V&A Illustration Awards help remind us of the incredible illustrations of the past 12 months and this…
Cut out and keep: The artist behind the intricate paper works romancing the world with emotionally-charged messages
As his works go on display in New York for the first time, British artist Rob Ryan has revealed how he came to develop his distinctive signature style.
‘Like Time It Waits For Nobody’
Three-colour screenprint created for Yorkshire Sculpture Park to celebrate the 2014 Le Tour Yorkshire. READS: ‘July 5th 2014. Like time, it waits for nobody. Once the race has started it thunders o…