Wordy art prints by Ricardo Gonzalez

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By Abby Yemm in New Art on Monday 11 November 2013

You say it best when you say with a Ricardo Gonzalez art print. Gonzalez is a graphic designer based in Mexico with a knack for handmade design. Making the most out of living, is kind of his M.O. Gonzalez creates chic-as-shit statements for walls, cards and even pillowcases. There is a certain luxury to silence, […]

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Humorous album art spoofs from Joebot

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By Julie Gillrie in New Art on Thursday 13 December 2012

Etsy creator Joebot has come up with a slew of original music album prints inspired by our favorite movie and tv shows. You can “listen” to Wyld Stallyn’s new album, Be Excellent To Each Other, The Bluths album, Come On, Walt And The Bad Breakers’ Blue Sky, or my favorite, River Tamm And The Fireflies’s Serenity. Each order comes with a colorfully illustrated front and back print of the ‘musical album’.

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Benjamin Jensen’s surrealist pop art collages

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By Ben Jensen in New Art on Tuesday 4 December 2012

Inspired by a summer of love in San Francisco, 1960’s space travel, psychedelic revelry and nightmare, music festivals and war, places in dreams, peace, love and nostalgic hauntings. I mix elements of surrealism and pop art in a collage effect. Random characters and inanimate objects inhabit the same space and colours and patterns vie for attention within the composition.

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Prints made from just about any sound you can imagine

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By Lost At E Minor in New Art on Sunday 19 August 2012

Bespoken Art started with personalized portraits made from your voice and now they are branching into artistic prints made from just about any sound you can imagine. This print features sounds from Houston blended with the city skyline, but others include the sound of a cappuccino being made, color names, and even the shutter click […]

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Creative prints designed by Binth

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By Kevin T. Stein in New Design on Thursday 9 August 2012

You know that place you’ve driven past a million times, but there’s never been parking, or the gelato shop’s pull was just too strong? Well, put down the cup and spoon, and get yourself to the wonderfully simple yet playfully styled Binth. With many of the cards, art, and other knick knacks creatively designed in the store’s back office by German transplant, Suzanna Bierwirth, and design director, Brad, the pieces available are simple enough for a child’s room, but sophisticated enough for an office. It’s one of those places you wished you had opened yourself.

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Prints of famous landmarks by JHill Design

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By Rebekah Rhoden in New Design on Friday 20 July 2012

JHill Design created these bright prints as an homage to five famous landmarks. Each design is made from a collage of colorful patterns and printed on watercolor paper. These modern travel posters make a great addition to any design-savvy sightseer’s collection.

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The Soda Shop: a design and print shop in Savannah, GA

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By Lost At E Minor in New Design on Tuesday 17 July 2012

Taking a stroll in downtown Savannah you might come across The Soda Shop, but it’s not what you think. Though they do have beverages available, The Soda Shop is a design and print shop co-founded by Rachel Raab last year and growing ever since. The Soda Shop prints on a wide range of formats and […]

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The Demidov Collapse: new print series by Arid House

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By Arid House in New Design on Friday 4 May 2012

Our latest work, The Demidov Collapse, is a print series set within an undefined and barren terrain. A wandering figure exists in the landscape to which he is intrinsically linked: whether as custodian, convict, or both. Prints are available to purchase at £10 through our website. Also, be sure to have a listen to Arid House Radio v1, the first in a series of transmissions curated by us.

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Greg Harrison’s awesome mezzotint prints

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By Kyoko Imazu in New Art on Saturday 3 September 2011

I’ve always marveled at Greg Harrison’s mezzotint prints. He is one of a small number of Australian artists specialising in this probably the most painstaking printmaking technique. His strange animals, mythological characters and landscapes create a fantastical world where Durer’s Rhino turned 3D and Medusa is in the city.

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Boy in the Clouds poster print

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By Zolton in New Illustration on Friday 17 September 2010

This Boy in the Clouds poster print by Eleanor Wood is printed on 260gsm acid-free coated matte stock and is A3 size. Wood is a recently graduated illustrator who lives in Brighton, England. She has a penchant for all things old, dusty and outdated, and likes to create strange and surreal imagined scenes using salvaged […]

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Frank Stockton prints

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By Ilana Kohn in New Art on Tuesday 7 April 2009

Frank Stockton finally has some great prints for sale through Gallery Nucleus in Alhambra. These are reproductions of some pretty racy images he did for Penthouse awhile back. Who says the guys are just reading those mags for the photos?

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Das Monk tees

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By Zolton in New Fashion on Saturday 26 July 2008

Ok, so I’m speaking from first-hand perspective here because as I type on this warm morning, with the faintest slither of sun creeping its way through the privacy blinds in my living room, I’m wearing the very same t shirt that the dude in this photo is wearing. Yup, the same damn one. Perhaps I’m […]

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