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fiberistanora:

fifthdayprairie:

Getting started on something new with fiberistanora

dear god i’m so excited. 
rfmmsd:

Printmaker & Artist:
Kathryn Poole
"Cephalopod"
Photo Intaglio
42 cm x 30 cm
Edition of 5
rfmmsd:

Printmaker, Artist & Illustrator:
Jenn Rodriguez
"Rabbit Whole"
Linocut
23” × 30″
February 2013

entangledroots:

“Dear Capitalism” letterpress card. New version. Printed on recycled card stock. Envelope included. You can get one HERE.

(via entangledrootspress)

entangledrootspress:

Another new print.
"Self-Care"
Lino-cut on reclaimed paper.
For the curious, the plants in the mortar and pestle (from left to right) are Yarrow, Rose, and Bilberry. Hanging behind (also from left to right) are Valerian Root, Colts Foot, Red Clover, Dandelion, Lavender, Meadowsweet, Gravel Root, Purple Coneflower, and Marigold.
You can get a print HERE.

jonathangreen:

I need this

hafenzimmer:

anniebissett:

A seriously portable proof press. We used this at Karen Kunc’s workshop at Anderson Ranch and I’m in love with it. Gonna get me one — Annie’s first press!

WANT!

trendgraphy:

Principles of Design Poster by Efil Türk.

The turkey based designer named Efil has crafted a beautiful series of poster showing the principles of design only using paper. Cutting pieces of paper, juxtaposing the pieces, pasting geometrical shapes and using simple typography is the formula of this beautiful series. She mention that you can actually buy them.

Find more inspiration: visualvib.es

asylum-art:

Yumi Okita: Butterflies Sculptures

(via smaisle)

elidor:

His Dark Materials art by Zuzanna Celej

(via illustration-alcove:)

(via littleg)

wonderwomanfans:

Wonder Woman by Adam Hughes.

zerostatereflex:

How Ink is Made

(I left out a couple parts for clarity, where towards the end they add wax and fillers, though please watch the video. It’s beautifully shot and goes into more detail,..)

(plus it has epic orchestral music in the background which makes any learning experience more badass).

(via we-are-star-stuff)

josephinepress:

The artist Anne Herlihy (on the right) shows her tarot card series of etchings to a fellow artist in the etching open workshop on Fridays. 

Pictured is The Hierophant from Anne’s ongoing series.