16.05.11 by Jeff

Niall McClelland

“Stains”, leaked printer cartridges on paper by Niall McClelland.

Leaked printer cartridges on paper by artist Niall McClelland

Leaked printer cartridges on paper by artist Niall McClelland

Leaked printer cartridges on paper by artist Niall McClelland

Leaked printer cartridges on paper by artist Niall McClelland

Leaked printer cartridges on paper by artist Niall McClelland

Leaked printer cartridges on paper by artist Niall McClelland

Leaked printer cartridges on paper by artist Niall McClelland













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



  • what a way to reuse ink cartridge.

  • amazing patterns.

  • 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.

  • DJ

    lovely!

  • Pleasantly hypnotizing.

  • WOOZUH_WOO

    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.

  • terzpa

    acid. nice.

  • Alex Kisilevich

    Artist talkin’ bout the work!
    http://www.artsync.ca/opening-niall-mcclelland/





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