choa printmaking

Here, expect to see:

+my own artwork, for school and for my side project with http://draphicgesign.tumblr.com/ (Jo Binkley)

+my inspirations, artistically and otherwise

+illustrations

+relevant news

+my personal quandaries (not often, I promise!)
fuckyeaprintmaking:

Old attempt at drypoint (2008?) slightly smaller than A5.

Wat?! This is an “attempt” at dry point?It’s beautiful! \o/

fuckyeaprintmaking:

Old attempt at drypoint (2008?) slightly smaller than A5.

Wat?! This is an “attempt” at dry point?

It’s beautiful! \o/

ink-demon:

jhenne-bean:

ohneooo:

beast-of-joy:

The concept is simple. Take a blank sheet with nothing but the basic outline of a pinup girl and illustrate a unique scene around her.”

This is fucking amazing.

OOOH.

I LOVE THIS IDEA

I’ve wanted to do a group project like this for years, maybe even a print exchange… I loved those projects in grade school when in art class, you were given pages with different lines already printed on them and you had to create an image from them… So good. Ugh. I have to do this.

(via existentialbuckys)

archiemcphee:

While walking in the Chicago neighbourhood of Logan Square Christopher of Colossal happened upon an enormous stack of Monopoly ‘Chance’ cards. After some diligent sleuthing he figured out that the cards were part of an awesome interactive street art installation by an artist/art collective known as Bored, who described their motivation behind this delightful project:

 “the goal of this entire project has been to present something different than a stencil painted on the ground or a poster pasted to a wall. Something 3-dimensional that can be picked up, beaten down, kicked, yanked, grabbed, and broken. And if someone ever put forth the effort to remove it, like a weed it will always grow back. And if left alone it will evolve into something different.”

Visit Colossal to view more photos of the life-size Monopoly game scattered across the streets of Chicago. 

(via duomochoa-deactivated20131123)

bapeonion:

springwise:

Book printed in ink that vanishes after two months
We’ve seen a few innovations that have offered a twist on traditional reading habits, from offering short works by new authors based on the duration of train delays to temporary edible and smokeable books. Taking elements of both of these ideas, Buenos Aires-based bookshop and publisher Eternal Cadencia has released El Libro que No Puede Esperar – which translates as ‘The Book that Cannot Wait’ – an anthology of new fiction printed in ink that disappears after two months of opening the book. READ MORE…

this is cool as hell

bapeonion:

springwise:

Book printed in ink that vanishes after two months

We’ve seen a few innovations that have offered a twist on traditional reading habits, from offering short works by new authors based on the duration of train delays to temporary edible and smokeable books. Taking elements of both of these ideas, Buenos Aires-based bookshop and publisher Eternal Cadencia has released El Libro que No Puede Esperar – which translates as ‘The Book that Cannot Wait’ – an anthology of new fiction printed in ink that disappears after two months of opening the book. READ MORE…

this is cool as hell

(via pillowparty)

bitterbun:

“All who went, old and young, seemed delighted”, Etching
fo an upcoming show in July, entitled “Ink Slab Printmakers present: Dog and Pony Show”

bitterbun:

“All who went, old and young, seemed delighted”, Etching

fo an upcoming show in July, entitled “Ink Slab Printmakers present: Dog and Pony Show”

(via fuckyeaprintmaking)

Printmaking is the best

Printmaking is the best