drawingdetail: Alexander Cozens (1717 – 1786), A Waterfall, date not known. Aquatint on paper, 23 x 30.7 cm. From ‘A New Method for Assisting the Invention in the Composition of Landscape’. Tait Britain, London. -Utterly contemporary.
This is one of the best and most well-researched bits of print miscellany we’ve seen in months! Thanks to Portland’s Stumptown Printers for sharing this amazing story of pica stick turned “slim jim.” Read it HERE.
(Yes, that is a conscious embrace of terrible kerning.) In addition to All These Theses, we’re trying to start a new ongoing feature called New Voices to share the work of under-exposed and emerging artists. Please spread the word. Visit the post for more details. http://www.printeresting.org/2014/04/16/call-for-new-voices/
We’re nearing the end of spring semester for a lot of us and we’re bringing back All These Theses, posts featuring the work from the class of 2014. Are you graduating or know someone who is? Send us some pics of your thesis shows/prints at email@example.com and maybe we’ll include them in a thesis post. Please spread the word. http://www.printeresting.org/2014/04/16/call-for-thesis-work/