Other Printing Methods

As artists and designers from around the world experiment within their chosen printmaking fields, processes continue to evolve. The ‘handmade’ aesthetic craved by artists and designers, as well as art buyers and clients, has led to new methods being developed to meet these visual needs, from the basic mark-making of rubber stamping, to advanced printing methods that use digital technology to mimic the low-tech print look. The common thread running through the work of the following printmakers is a constant challenging of the design brief – the capacity to think outside the box or simply daring to be different.

Gary Taxali/Chump Inc.

Toronto, Canada

After influential children’s book author Maurice Sendak passed away, ...

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