Limited-edition screen printed art by Anthony Cozzi

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By Annie Churdar in New Art on Tuesday 30 April 2013

This groovy take on everyone’s favorite pop art icon is only around for a few days at 1xrun. Screen print artist Anthony Cozzi takes Marilyn Monroe right back to the bare-bones basics. So what happens when you strip away her glamour and make-up? You get her skeleton. Literally. Cool, limited edition prints show up on the […]

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Colourful Illustrations by Raphael Urwiller

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By Annie Churdar in New Illustration on Wednesday 24 April 2013

I love the bright blocks of colour in these illustrations by Raphael Urwiller. The French artist relies on the tradition of screen-printing art, but takes it to a whole new level of cool. And he doesn’t keep any secrets to himself. Find all of his original sketches with his final pieces to understand the process.

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The Walking Dead: Dale’s RV print by Jason Dean

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By Jason Dean in New Design on Friday 17 February 2012

I’m the one-man-machine behind The Best Part, a printmaking, graphic design, illustration studio in Orlando, Florida. My current work is an attempt at combining elements of humor, surprise and pop culture within the constraints of the screen-printing process.

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Love Kills Demons: 12 short films by Jim Helton

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By Lost At E Minor in New Film on Saturday 23 July 2011

Love Kills Demons is 12 short films by New York-based film-maker, Jim Helton. Over the course of a year, Helton documented New York artist Chris Rubino while he searched for a new direction in his work. In the process we see screen-printing, drawing, painting, wandering, as well as a peak inside the workings of a […]

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Ron Liberti

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By Birds and Arrows in New Art on Friday 8 July 2011

Applying his creative and strange screen-printing style to band posters, Ron Liberti makes a flyer a real work of art.

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