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The Drip Printer by Ted Kinsman

An x-y axis printer is made by controlling a solenoid liquid valve. Slow and small resolution, but very inexpensive to print with. Here it is printing with blue water color ink, but it mostly prints with coffee.

Toy Photography & Focus Stacking technique

Felix Hernandez Rodriguez is a conceptual and commercial photographer and graphic designer from Cancun, Mexico. Today he shares his Guide to Toy Photography & Focus Stacking technique.

From the engraving on the copper plate through the acid bath to the printing process in the press

Artist and illustrator Ugo Gattoni presents his first drypoint etching, made in the Urdla print facility in Villeurbanne (France). Edited in December 2015 by Sold Art online art gallery, this dreamlike composition featuring some references to his girlfriend Sybille’s anatomy, as well as Escher’s perspective work.

Noah Klocek, a leading designer and art director in the animation industry

When Noah was young he imagined that he would spend his life in a small cottage in the English countryside painting and drawing alone. Yet he has found that collaborating with others has been the greatest joy and made him a far stronger artist than he could have ever been on his own.

Ugmonk by Jeff Sheldon

An inside look at Jeff Sheldon’s story, design philosophy, and why Ugmonk is more than just another t-shirt brand.

Make Shape Change, a film about how the world is made around and where design fits in

If for one day you had the power to make your world work better, what would you change?

Anar Foundation against child abuse

Anar Foundation has very limited resources to raise awareness of their phone number to help child and adolescents at risk. Thanks to the publicity on media and all comments on social networks the campaign has achieved its main objective: Raise awareness of the Foundation and their helpline.

Plumb by Caleb Wood

Caleb Wood is an animation artist. He is most interested in the dynamism of the mundane and overlooked, abstract, and all things moving. He incorporates several different mediums in his work, and aims to expand upon the possibilities of animation.

Skeuomorphism

‘Skeuomorph’ – an object or feature which imitates the design of a similar artefact in another material.

A Letterpress Film

A short film about letterpress and one of the few remaining movable-type printing workshops in the UK, situated at Plymouth University, featuring Paul Collier.

Ivan Castro calligraphy and lettering

A day in the life of Ivan Castro, calligrapher and letter artist. Watch him in action; playing tricks with his girlfriend’s dog Astro, having some tea, and creating some lettering.

Morgan Freeman, iPad finger Painting

The world’s most realistic finger painting painted by Kyle Lambert. Using only a finger, an iPad Air and the app Procreate, artist Kyle has painted a photorealistic portrait of actor Morgan Freeman

Long Distance Art One artist, two robots and three paintings

Alex is using two industrial robots (ABB IRB 4600) who are fed by real-time tracking data from Vienna via satellite connection to the remote cities. The result will be three artworks that are later brought together to built a triptych.

Believe in Yourself by Seb Lester

Fonts come from calligraphy. Working with a broad nib pen quickly establishes how important this ancient tool has been in the shaping of the Latin alphabet we use today. This is an improvised A-Z using Blackletter and sharpened italic forms.

The smallest printing company by Letterproeftuin

The latest project of The Letterproeftuin. A mobile printing installation for small posters and books. The project consist a scale model of a Viprotech silk screen table and a scale model Roco-Ets V50, all packed in two crates full of ink, paper and tools.

The Story of ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ Poster

In 2000, one of the owners of Barter Books, Stuart Manley, was going through a box of dusty old books bought at auction. At the bottom of the box he saw a piece of paper. He took it out, unfolded it, liked what he saw, and showed it to his wife, Mary.

Skip Dolphin Hursh, Ink on paper

Series of four pieces created for the group show Off Screen II. Ink on paper, 30″x44″.

Airvase, a paper bowl by TORAFU ARCHITECTS

This is a paper bowl that enfolds air. You can freely change its shape by molding it into a dish, a small bowl or a vase according to the intended usage.

4D lettering concrete version made by Michael Roschach for LoSiento

4D lettering concrete version made by Michael Roschach from Micromut for LoSiento Studio. This work is a version of 4D Typography that we published before.

The story of the giant concrete arrows from Airmail Beacons

Across the American landscape some giants concrete arrows can be found. Take a look to this article and discover the purpose of these arrows from the1920s when America began coast-to-coast Airmail service.

Oguz Uygur, paper marbling

Today in The Method Case, Oguz Uygur, a Turkish artist and his Paper Marbling. His parents perform this art (Ebru in Turkish, Paper Marbling in English) and the footage was shot for a promo piece. He was working on back then and his dad asked him to put a video together for him. This is what came out of that.


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