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Introducing PUSH: Print

September 11, 2012, 16:38 pm  Posted by Lark
 

The work gathered in the PUSH gallery series is some of the most interesting and innovative work done in contemporary craft today. With beautiful hardcover book design and an attractive layout, the series is a inspiration for artists, crafters, designers, and collectors. The artists hand-picked for each book are pioneers, pushing the boundaries of their respective fields. Each book includes a wealth of images, brief bios, and Q&A style questions between the curator and each artist.

Last year we published the first two books: Paper and Stitchery. An now we celebrate the publication of PUSH Print: 30+ Artists Explore the Boundaries of Printmaking. Juried by Cranky Pressman, this visual feast surveys the work of more than 30 contemporary printmakers from around the world, including renowned names and exciting up-and-comers.

Explore innovative takes on letterpress, screenprinting, woodcutting, lithography, and etching, as well as multimedia and digital approaches to print. Our reviewer friend Beachbrights put together this wonderful little video preview that provides a nice visual tour through the pages of the book.

Artists Include:

Brian Anderson

Sandow Birk

Conrad Botes

Mark Bovey

Cannonball Press

Jason Cantoro

Sean Caulfield

Delicious Design League

Vladimir Dubko

Amze Emmons

Dirk Fowler

Brian Gonzales

Dusty Herbig

Tom Huck

Teresa James

Alice Jarry

Roman Klonek

Michael Krueger

Frank Kwiatkowski

Tom Leighton

The Little Friends of Printmaking

Helen Murgatroyd

Jenny Schmid

Studio on Fire

Rob Swainston

Tugboat Printshop

Jason Urban

Valerie Wallace

Yee-Haw Industries

Katsutoshi Yuasa

Giulia Zaniol

 
 
 
 

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