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Bill Fick is a personal favorite artist of mine, and a good guy and good friend to boot. Duke University’s Center for Documentary Studies sat down with him to talk about the monsters in his work. Bonus: watch Bill carve a big gooey linoleum-block head.

(via Controlling the Monster)

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Clever silkscreen poster by Andreas Xenoulis, illustrated using characters from the Bodoni typeface. (Purchase here)

Clever silkscreen poster by Andreas Xenoulis, illustrated using characters from the Bodoni typeface. (Purchase here)

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Drawn mega-pal Meg Hunt has posted a gorgeous short video of her solo show, Cosmic Forest, currently up at Portland’s Land Gallery. I had the great fortune of seeing the show in-person last weekend, and… well, it’s hard not to gush over a friend’s work anyway, but this show truly is superb. Meg’s linework and drybrush and colors (the colors!) and the tantalizing tease of a narrative that drifts across the collection of work is just awesome.

If you’re in Portland or nearby, make the trip before the show comes down! If you’re too far to see it with your eyeballs, don’t miss Meg’s Flickr set, linked below.

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Okay! So it’s a lovely Friday in Portland and one week later, I have lots of documentation from Cosmic Forest, including the video above. Again, all this stuff was shot by my awesome intern, and it’s a lot of fun to see stuff in motion. If nothing else, it was a perfect summer show.

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Anatomy of a Linocut

Here is a great video of the process of making a (really big) linoleum block print. The artist is my mentor and friend, Bill Fick, and this is one of his signature style prints. Gorgeous!

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From Gutenberg to Photoshop: Little Buffalo Press :: Etsy Blog

More Vandercook analog printy goodness, this time from illustrator Don Kilpatrick III. (via)