“Stains”, leaked printer cartridges on paper by Niall McClelland.
what a way to reuse ink cartridge.
I’m in love, these remind me of McQueen prints.
Terrific idea, amazing execution; they make me think of psychedelic quilting.
Niall’s solo show, Highest Prices Paid For Gold, which includes these works, runs to June 4th in Toronto at CR.
Very nice, reminiscent of folded shibori fabric dying.
Basically a take on the old art form of Japanese itajime/shibori paper and fabric dyeing except done with printer inks rather than traditional dyes I guess.
They are still lovely for what they are, and I really like how the patterns turned out.
Artist talkin’ bout the work!
Paintings inspired by various mythologies and ancient poetry by Los Angeles-based artist Carl Baratta. More images below.
A selection of recent work by artist Frank Gonzales. Click here for previous posts. See more images below.
Wish I’d known about Antoine Marchalot sooner! The Paris-based illustrator has so many wild ideas, even the older work feels fresh. Check out more below.
A selection of work by Brooklyn-based SVA grad Jackson Epstein. Love this stuff. More images below.
A selection of work by illustrator Kelsey Borch. More images below.