Andrew Fingerhut Contributor

Andrew Fingerhut

Andrew is the co-founder of Raking Light Projects, a publisher of collectible prints created by skilled tattoo artists. He lives in North Boulder, CO.

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Tattoos from a painter’s perspective by Rudy Fritsch

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By Andrew Fingerhut in New Art on Wednesday 13 February 2013

Rudy Fritsch is an accomplished visual artist who also creates incredible tattoos. A natural-born illustrator and painter, Fritsch has been tattooing since 1992. His body of work demonstrates how a talented visual artist can successfully hone their approach to suit multiple mediums without sacrificing quality or originality. He can create a precise, architectural piece and […]

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Michael Aul’s artwork filters mysticism and native elements

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By Andrew Fingerhut in New Art on Friday 8 February 2013

Michael Aul is a talented painter who creates artwork which are meant to project the power of spirit and the importance of imagination. His paintings filter mysticism, native elements and magic to reveal a beautiful, inter-connected imaginary world.

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Beautiful embroidered banners by Meghan McAleavy

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By Andrew Fingerhut in New Art on Friday 8 February 2013

Meghan McAleavy uses a standard sewing machine to embroider and apply appliqué to materials. After seeing some of the banners she created for tattoo artists to display at conventions, I immediately ordered one myself. Her work makes great use of bold colors, textures, patterns and materials. The handmade craftsmanship and hours of labor come through […]

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Stunning watercolors from San Francisco-based tattoo artist Nick Chaboya

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By Andrew Fingerhut in New Art on Thursday 7 February 2013

Nick Chaboya is a well-known San Francisco-based tattoo artist who is involved in numerous creative endeavors outside the realm of tattooing. Raking Light Projects recently produced a triptych of Chaboya’s works titled Fruit of Thy Womb, Flower of Life and Special Spirit. Originally created with watercolor on paper, they are available on rakinglightprojects.com as limited […]

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