10.04.09 by Jeff

Bryan Nash Gill

This beautiful relief print by Bryan Nash Grill for Ashes & Milk popped up on my Twitter this morning (sorry, I wasn’t able to find the tweet again to give proper credit!). It is exactly what you think it is, a giant ink rubbing of a tree stump. I’d love to purchase a print unfortunately I don’t have $4,000.

bryan nash gill tree stump cross section relief print

bryan nash gill tree stump cross section relief print

bryan nash gill tree stump cross section relief print













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • ray jay

    nice!

  • http://tetonartlab.com travis

    maybe he should try a larger roller….

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      haha i think its necessary to ink all the smaller parts

  • Robert B Cooper

    Hey I can do that! I should try it!

  • http://www.nufabric.org Nikolay

    It was tweeted by Ms. Swissmiss 😉

  • lapetitefaon

    That’s absolutely beautiful! Now if only I could find a tree trunk in NYC….

  • http://www.hookeduptothelove.blogspot.com Chelsee

    $4000 really?

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  • http://www.damionsilver.com damion

    I never saw this post til now.
    I know bryan from years ago.. one of the most accomplished artist I know.
    great work for sure.
    now time to acquire one of these prints for the house!

  • http://BarbaraGuyLongwillowartist Barbara (Bonnie) Guy Long

    Hi Bryan….I think your work is so inspiring……It is nice to find another artist so closely in touch with the world around us that grows…..

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1248021925 Gary Birch

    You mean there are actually people that would pay 4000.00 for a big thumb print ? W.C.Feilds said it best. ” There’s a sucker born every minute ” ( look it up. it was NOT PT Barnum that said that )





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Photo by @davidg16er

 
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