Grainy silkscreens of Daido Moriyama’s photographs

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By Per Zennström in New Art on Wednesday 4 December 2013

Let me start out by confessing that 75 year-old photographer Daido Moriyama is one of my heroes. His extremely gritty, grainy, hyper-rough breed of street photography is the very definition of Japanese post-war art (and photography) and usually deals with the breakdown of tradition and the emergence of a very particular and schizophrenic Japanese hyper-modernity. […]

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Silkscreen, letterpress, and woodcut art by Zansky

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By Troy Mattison Hicks in New Art on Monday 16 January 2012

I’m loving the wild and wonderful work of graphic artist Zansky. Working in silkscreen, letterpress, and woodcut, Zansky has his finger on the pulse of some acidic heartbeat, pumping out some freaky imagery for the masses.

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Gary Musgrave

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By Ken Tanaka in New Illustration on Tuesday 7 June 2011

Gary Musgrave is a recent graduate from Art Center College of Design, and is quickly gaining fame as an illustrator and printmaker. He just did a great cover of Harper’s magazine. Musgrave is a DIY purist, and usually burns his silkscreens in the sun instead of under a lamp. His work has a kind of […]

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