Although our kind is very small and has existed in the universe for only a short time, you are an important part of something very large and very beautiful.
This is such a stellar design- our customers are all types of creative. Thank you @mars1l for putting your out-of-this-world twist on our apparel! 🚀
Can you see the Empire State Building on the zinc plate here?
As part of my Manhattan Dreaming exhibition there will be new etchings and drypoints too. In fact the whole smaller gallery is devoted to a new series scratched in situ on this recent trip.
This is an older New York etching,for this who don't know much about printmaking the ink remains in the etched lines and where I'm wiping away with the the paper the ink will be removed. The it is run through a press with beautiful paper to produce an impression.
These are original works of art despite being called prints,each one is still an original ,not a poster or a reproduction as such.
Este moodboard reúne una serie de referentes para nuevos prints inspirados en la apariencia de una de las textiles más populares en el mundo, el denim.
Don't spend your evenings without something interesting to #read , especially in #print . But do expand your horizon if you have any reason at all to #read these #books , and please leave a #review on each at #barnesandnoble if you enjoy them.
When you work a LONG hard day and you don't have any energy to drive home...THIS is an option. 🤔
Just kidding! Aaron was being silly at the beginning of the day... Jen caught it with her camera. I'm just seeing this after hours since this is when I actually sit back and see what kind of mischief our Social Media Coordinator captured here at All American and this is also the time of day that I decide how to caption.
This Crew CRACKS me up!
The List, a project which details the names of the 34,361 people who have lost their lives while trying to seek refuge in Europe, was removed overnight last week. The project was on display as part of the Liverpool Biennial. The project, facilitated by Turkish artist Banu Cennetoğlu, was a series of posters on Great George Street. Sadly, the biennal are yet to find out who destroyed the project.