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Re:Surgo is a Berlin-based screen print atelier founded by Anna Hellsgaard & Christian Gfeller. Re:Surgo creates zines, prints and other design materials with their main focuses on silkscreen production and art book publishing. Re:Surgo welcomes collaboration with other artists from anywhere across the globe. Blexbolex is a multi-award winning graphic artist and illustrator based in Berlin. Born in Douai, France as Bernard Granger, he finished his degree in screen printing and has been working in prints for over three decades. His visual storytellings, which are commonly found in children books and graphic novels, illustrate his experimental approach to blending characteristic hand-drawn illustration with commercial printing techniques and book production. This software also makes it easy for you transmit eCards to your family and friends. You also get tools that let you add sound to your eCards as well as music. If you choose, you can share your creations on social media such as Facebook or YouTube. In addition, you can use this application to make CD slideshows to watch on your television.

French Fourch is a studio and an independent publishing house led by two art enthusiasts Alexander Centazzo and Tristan Pernet in Paris. Their main project, Bastonnade, literally means as ‘beating’, aims to showcase flourishing talents by exhibiting their creative projects. They have spent more than one year traveling with 50 exclusive prints by 50 extraordinary artists and designers across 7 countries to put their work on show. Their recent exhibition was held in our hood at The Book Club in London. Founded by an anti-theistic duo, Dominic Owen and Jasper Dunk, Heresy is a print-based label specialising in handmade and in-house printed garments. All items are designed and produced with limited runs and top quality, and are also consciously printed with water-based inks which promise to produce a truer, worn fade over time. Heretic is an illustration and screen printing studio founded in 2005 by Luke Frost, Jon Rundall and Therese Vandling. Their work usually involves blending elements of collage and drawing, exposing exotically hyperreal visuals. Heretic has recently collaborated with Sonic Boom in the project, Animorphia, an experimental piece in print, light and sound which was displayed at the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia. Today, Blake mainly produces collage-based screen prints, juxtaposing imagery from contrasting eras into one image.

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People of Print are proud to present our favourite screen-print artists of 2013. Many of them were featured in the weeks most popular posts, took part in major projects and are currently followed by numbers of print fanatics. Some can be found on our Department Store. Although you have an abundance of templates, clip art and writing fonts at your fingertips, you may prefer the design-your-own aspect of this software that allows you to construct something completely personal for that special someone.

Different printmaking techniques evolved from there. By 1477 Flemish artists produced the first intaglio printing, and by the 1660s, the Germans invented the mezzotint process. The creation of the aquatint method and lithographs would come in the late 1700s through the mid-1800s. In the early 20th century, screenprinting was invented and popularized by Pop artists like Andy Warhol, Peter Blake, and Robert Rauschenberg. Dan Mather is a London-based screen printer and graphic designer based in London. An independent artist who has collaborated with many London’s creative forefronts including Mash Creative and also this year’s earlier exhibition, Glory Glory, Dan Mather, promises to be a graphic artist who has pushed past the boundary between computer graphic design and hand-made screen printing. Printmaking has been around for centuries and is still prevalent in the modern-day classroom. Whether you are exploring basic printing techniques with your elementary students or advanced processes with secondary students, there is something for everyone to learn. A Brief History of Printmaking Beniffer Editions is an experimental micro-vanity tape and record label based in Toronto. Their multi-layered and inky screen prints offer a new experience for viewers from the very first glance. Their extensive collection includes t-shirts and other screen prints which will undoubtedly inspire you.This is just a glimpse of printmaking history. Let’s take a look at a few ways this exciting process can make its way into your classroom! Printmaking and Activism With this software, you get useful and simple-to-use photo-editing tools that allow you to import photos easily from digital cameras, mobile phones, the internet and scanners. Once you have selected the picture you want, you can do such things as remove red eye, eliminate flaws and scratches, change colors, adjust the lighting and more. You also can rotate or flip images, resize them and add special effects. The resources included in this software let you prepare imaginative and personalized homemade greeting cards in addition to many other projects, and the results will look polished and appealing. Produce print projects for different types of media, presentation, business or school projects in the dedicated suite featuring multiple tools for writing texts, adding imagery, applying effects, etc. A database of unique fonts and project templates is included. Francisco Souto, originally from Venezuela, is a printmaker who works with a variety of methods. Some of his most notable works include the mezzotint process. Through this process, he can create an incredible amount of detail in a way that will amaze your students. Francisco Souto – Mezzotint, 2002-2007 9. Favianna Rodriguez

While printmaking can incorporate many different styles, it’s a powerful and versatile medium allowing for voice. The next time you start a printmaking unit, don’t forget to explore some of these artists with your students. Wethreeclub is a London-based print studio run by a married couple, Alex and Chris White who also operate Poster Roast. With their mutual love in illustration and visual design, their work is mainly orientated around psychedelic screen printed posters, apparels and striking stationery. When exploring printmaking techniques with our students, it’s not uncommon to encounter powerful messages around the themes of social justice, social issues, and activism. Printmaking has long been the vehicle to spread ideas, share messages, start a conversation, and effect change. Before the modern-day printer, printmaking was viewed (and still is) as an easy way to mass-produce an image and message. This fits hand-in-hand with art related to activism and propaganda because of the opportunity to bring awareness to many people. A celebrated illustrator, animator and graphic designer whose work was recently showcased at the famous exhibition ‘The Hate Mail’ at KK outlet earlier this year. Born in 1979, Mr. Bingo has been living and working out of his studio in Shoreditch, London. His work includes a collaboration with giant companies such as BBC Three, Oxfam, Orange, Microsoft and many others. If you opt to use the Design from Scratch option, you control all aspects of your card, and that can be an enjoyably aesthetic treat. You get an abundance of interesting text effects so you can play with words and letters by adding shadows, tilting or staggering the letters and more.Poster Roast was set up in 2007 by Chris White with an aim to promote poster artists in the UK. Assisted by his wife, Alex White, Poster Roast expanded over time and hosted a number of curated exhibitions of some the most influential artists from throughout the UK. Their belief was that a poster would not exist without music, hence, some of the finest bands were often selected to perform live sets alongside a showcase of posters. Poster Roast has since been put to rest and a new organisation known as UK Poster Association has been born and acts as an organising body and web resource to promote the UK gig poster scene, with a focus on limited edition, screen printed works. A print maker, contributor and in-house artist of People of Print, Jim O’Raw has worked alongside our director, Marcroy Smith, for over half decade. With his distinct style of using fluro colours in a CMYK process, Jim’s artwork promises to be original and provides the feel of looking at faded film-developed photos. With Print Artist Platinum 25, you can send messages for all occasions, and you can do it in so many different ways. If you are a traditionalist, you can send printed cards with your own customized envelopes through the postal service. This can come in handy if you enjoy sending holiday greetings to your extended family or to the entire staff at your workplace. You can focus on creating the card and envelope, and the software will do the tedious work. Print Artist Gold was developed to work on Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 or Windows 11 and is compatible with 32-bit systems. The program lies within Multimedia Tools, more precisely Editors & Converters. If you're looking to design greeting cards on your PC, and you need software that works offline, then yes you should invest in this one. While it isn't as modern or versatile as the likes of Canva and Adobe Spark, it has everything you need to create a range of cards, posters, and any other projects you may need.

Favianna Rodriguez is an Oakland, CA-based interdisciplinary artist. Her artwork depicts migration, gender justice, climate change, and racial equity. Her work can be described using bold colors and unique mark-making that draws the viewer in. Students will gravitate toward the pieces she creates. Much of her early work explores a variety of printmaking processes from monotypes to relief printing. Favianna Rodriguez – To Oakland with Love, 2013 While many printmakers use their voice to send political messages and awareness to certain issues, not all printmakers focus on activism as their main message. Below is a list of nine printmakers who utilize various techniques and subject matter in their work. When planning for your next printmaking lesson, you may consider sharing these artists with your students. Remember, it is always important to investigate the work to ensure the messages and artwork are age-appropriate for your students. 9 Printmakers You and Your Students Will Love 1. Elizabeth Catlett Benjamin Rider, a renowned print technician at Print Club London, is a London-based illustrator and graphic designer who specialises in various print techniques including an unconventional process such as Cyanotype printing which is regularly used by engineers and architects to create blueprints. His time-served expertise in print together with his sense of humour then results in a memorable series of eye-catchy prints.Benjie Torrado Cabrera is an artist from the Philippines who focuses his printmaking techniques on engraving. The engraving process that stemmed from the intaglio method is one that requires great attention to detail and time. The process of scratching into the metal plates allows for great detail and depth to occur within the pieces. Cabrera’s work is often representative of the cosmos symbolizing the universe. Benjie Torrado Cabrera – When Water Meets Earth, 2014 8. Francisco Souto One of the leading British Pop artists of the 1960s, Peter Blake is perhaps most famous for his cover design of The Beatles‘ Sergeant Pepper album in 1967. The artist often experimented with screen printing, having printed multiples of his primary-colored Beatles portraits—titled Beatles –‘Love Me Do’—in glittering diamond dust. Broken Fingaz is a collective of very original street artists from Haifa City who do wall paintings, graffitis and T-shirt designs. Founded over a decade ago by Unga, Broken Fingaz has been painting streets and walls of the world’s major cities such as London, Paris, Berlin, Vienna, Beijing and many others.

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