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Jim Winters: Printing Divine

A "How To"*, filmstrip-style video showing my reduction screen printing process. In it, I make a 10 color portrait reduction screenprint of Divine -…

Mini Painting of Hot Air Balloon over mountains, 3x3 children's art, acrylic on canvas with display easel, blue, green, purple, yellow

Items similar to Hot air balloon Children's art, Mini Painting of yellow and purple Hot Air Balloon over mountains, original art on canvas with display easel on Etsy

Coffee Machine - Animated GIF on Behance

As a designer, we can be really happy by simply starring at a well animated GIF. GIF animation is fun, when it meets graphic design, it become wonderful.

Richard Estes, Jone's Diner, 1979, oil on canvas. (Private collection.) Click here for a closer look.

Painting Or Photograph? With Richard Estes, It's Hard To Tell

Richard Estes, Jone’s Diner. Oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches Private collection Copyright Richard Estes, courtesy Marlborough Gallery, New York

Dave Lefner | Linocuts and Paintings by Artist Dave Lefner at Skidmore Contemporary Art | Los Angeles

Available for sale from Hespe Gallery, Dave Lefner, Liquor (red) Reduction Linocut, 15 × 7 in

Originally Wanamaker’s Department Store, 770 Broadway is beautifully reflected in the façade of 51 Astor Place.

Discover 50 Years of New York City’s Historic Landmarks

Dump A Day Random Pictures Of The Day - 69 Pics

The Neverwas Haul is the Victorian Mobile Home That Never Was. It's a cross between a THW and a Castle house. How freaking cool!

By Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938), 1912, Cover exhibition Die Brücke (The Bridge), Berlin. (Die Brücke, 1905-1913)

Cover of exhibition book for Die Brücke (The Bridge) artist collective by German artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Bound book with cover woodcut on paper collage. via Princeton Art Museum

Andrew Haines Old State House - 2013 24 x 36 in. acrylic on linen over panel via Clark Gallery

Andrew Haines Old State House - 2013 24 x 36 in. acrylic on linen over panel via Clark Gallery

"This is why we can't have nice things." Linocut. The phrase was popularized by an internet meme known as "Arguecat." by Marybeth Campeau http://www.etsy.com/uk/people/marybethcampeau?ref=owner_profile_leftnav Tags: Linocut, Cut, Print, Linoleum, Lino, Carving, Block, Woodcut, Helen Elstone, Lettering, Fonts, Typography, Building

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