Artist 3D-prints shells for Hermit Crabs

Artist 3D-prints shells for Hermit Crabs

July 31st, 2013 | 3D, Contemporary Art, Japan, Prints

How cute is that? Japanese artist Aki Inomata is helping out homeless hermit crabs. With a 3D printer and a CAT-scan (no, not that one!) of real snail shells, she produced “Why Not Hand Over a ‘Shelter’ to Hermit Crabs? “, a series of incredible… Read More

P-Squared Gallery sells prints from Latin American and Latina/o artists

P-Squared Gallery sells prints from Latin American and Latina/o artists

Showcasing limited edition prints, P-Squared Gallery launches today as the go-to online art gallery exclusively featuring contemporary artists of Latin American heritage. As a curated boutique site, P-Squared Gallery offers high-quality digital prints priced to engage all levels of collectors while also generating income for… Read More

La Minotauromachie – Picasso in his Labyrinth at Fundación Juan March

La Minotauromachie – Picasso in his Labyrinth at Fundación Juan March

July 18th, 2013 | Prints, Shows, Spain

The Fundación Juan March presents a small-scale exhibition from July 17th to August 31st centered upon La Minotauromachie [Minotauromachy] (1935), a principal work of the graphic production of Pablo Picasso, which belongs to the permanent collection of the Fundación Juan March. La Minotauromachie, exhibited in… Read More

MoMA establishes Department of Prints and Drawings

MoMA establishes Department of Prints and Drawings

June 17th, 2013 | Collections, Drawing, Museums, Prints

The Museum of Modern Art will combine its Department of Prints and Illustrated Books with the Department of Drawings, effective July 1, it was announced by MoMA Director Glenn D. Lowry. The Department of Prints and Drawings will be headed by Christophe Cherix, who has… Read More

New 3D scanning and 3D printing project makes ancient sculptures available to public

New 3D scanning and 3D printing project makes ancient sculptures available to public

June 14th, 2013 | 3D, Prints, Sculptures

Southern California-based 3D printing pioneer Cosmo Wenman announced plans to 3D-scan plaster casts of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures at The Skulpturhalle Basel museum in Basel, Switzerland. Wenman’s project, “Through a Scanner, Skulpturhalle,” will release the 3D scans and 3D printable models into the public… Read More

Picasso Master Prints at the Columbia Museum of Art

Picasso Master Prints at the Columbia Museum of Art

April 19th, 2013 | Cubism, Prints, Shows, Spain

This spring, the Columbia Museum of Art presents a small, but luxurious exhibition, Picasso: Master Prints, featuring some of the artist’s greatest prints. The installation opened April 16 and is on view in the Mamie and William Andrew Treadway, Jr., Gallery 15 through August 11,… Read More

Artstamp – Mail from Denmark

Artstamp – Mail from Denmark

April 9th, 2013 | Contemporary Art, Denmark, Prints

Artstamp.dk was established in 2007, as an alternative art project in relation to more traditional works of art. With Artstamp.dk Sam Jedig wishes to both challenge the classical stamp and the frames for the concept of art. The art stamps are produced in small editions,… Read More

Art Talk: Bongoût

Art Talk: Bongoût

March 27th, 2013 | Books, Germany, Prints, Talks, Videos

Berlin-based duo Bongoût talks about applying their unique approach to screen printing to everything from wallpaper to album covers. Christian “Meeloo” Gfeller and Anna Hellsgård work as an artist duo under the Bongoût name to make prints, artist books and illustrations, often in collaboration with… Read More

IDEM PARIS by DAVID LYNCH – Documentary on lithography

IDEM PARIS by DAVID LYNCH – Documentary on lithography

February 13th, 2013 | Documentaries, France, Prints, Videos

David Lynch, filmmaker, painter, photographer and musician, made a seven-minute documentary about the famous Idem Paris atelier. David Lynch: “Hervé Chandès from the Fondation Cartier brought me over to Idem and introduced me to Patrice Forest. I see this incredible place, and I get the… Read More

Peter Clarke – Wind Blowing on the Cape Flats

Peter Clarke – Wind Blowing on the Cape Flats

February 9th, 2013 | Prints, Shows, South Africa, Videos

Artist Peter Clarke talks about his work ‘For Some the Pathway to Education Lies Between Thorns’ which is presented as part of his retrospective, ‘Wind Blowing on the Cape Flats’ at Rivington Place. Here he talks about why he created it and how it was… Read More