drawings made in a moving vehicle and on a beach
kareen adam 2011
drew this from pictures in an inflight magazine article about Picasso & his work.
(bad scan. colors and contrast edited on comp.)
75 Million dollar odi - nufetheyne
Christ Turnham is a super talented illustrator and printmaker based out of Los Angeles. He has found a way to seamlessly move between illustrative and print-based mediums and we recently had him answer a few questions for our latest printerview!
When did you start printing?
For years I’ve created my own giclee prints and had some screenprints printed by a studio. It wasn’t until a few years ago when I took my first screenprinting class that I started making my own screenprints.
Where do you make your work?
I paint all my illustrations digitally in my apartment. When it comes time to sceenprint I go to Otis College of Art and Design in LA — they have a great print lab and continuing education screenprinting class that I repeatedly take to use the space!
Who would you love to collaborate with?
I’d love to collaborate with the ghost of Miroslav Sasek — his “This Is” books are a huge inspiration.
What are some of favorite places in LA for art and design?
Mesmerized by this guys music videos. This one my fav
from picasso’s blue period
From the Teaching Archives: Anastassia Fulmer (BFA 2012)
Anastassia Fulmer was one of the most prolific and versatile printmaking students I have taught at Stamps School. Reverently prolific, she produced great many prints, artists books and print installations and, following her graduation, has been working as my studio assistant in my print shop. Here is her clever little artist “woodbook” printed, in the final image, as a woodblock print on Rives BFK, as well onto thinner veneer 1/4” plywood before being cut into 12 smaller blocks to make an artist “woodbook.” Awesome work Anastassia! -Endi
Allen Ginsberg, Linocut, 9x12
Thanks for the submission!