Leah Wishnia graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design last year. She currently lives and works in New York printing, painting, sculpting, animating, and cartooning. Additionally, she is involved with the Brooklyn-based, non-profit art organisation THROAT. You can find her graphic work in the alternative comic anthologies DIMENSIONS I and II* and Lodaçal Comix #2, in addition to her self-published, full-color mini-comics Spithouse #1 and #2* (coming soon!). She also mentioned that she likes to prance around listening to Chicha and funk music talking to herself.
Comics / Books / Zines / Periodicals / T-Shirts / Prints / Original Artwork / Cakes / Fizzy Pop / Tea / Music…
Druck Berlin 2011 will be held at the Stattbad in Wedding on 27th -28th August. It will be hosted by Berlin based screen printers ‘Mother-Drucker’. This two day festival will have live demonstrations and printing from fifteen of Berlin’s best screen printers. It is sure to be a fantastic event and for all of you artists in the UK it is a great excuse for a trip to Germany.
Some of the print work at the private view yesterday evening blew me away. Some fantastic work from graduates including Alina Petrenko, Fort Rixon and Sam Taylor to name a few. The show runs until 25th June at the Camberwell College of Arts on Peckham Road so be sure to check it out.
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Zach Hobbs has been designing posters semi-professionally since 2003. He has secretly designed over 200 rock posters and art prints on nights and weekends while holding down a full time graphic design gig in Chattanooga, Tennessee. His interests are punk rock, UFOs, Bigfoots, Trash culture, old TV and movies, documentaries, heavy metal, weird southern people, story tellers, CIA MK-ULTRA experiments, MJ-12, graph paper, obituaries, combination locks, headphones, xerox machines, typography, found treasures, science, food, running, podcasts, the year 1987, and any general pre-internet weirdness. He is very tall.
Apenest is a printmaking and publishing project based in LA that is directed by Cody Hoyt and Brian Willmont. They aim to avoid advertisement in their books at all costs and they work closely with the artists to produce low cost, hand-made printed goods.