in-print:

Black dog installation.


clpedro:

The World’s largest printed Lithograph. The artist drew directly on stone at the quarry and used an airbrush-like tool to spray on the etch. The press used to print the stone was custom built. *This would be the coolest thing in the world to be a part of*

(via reinaversusreina)


clpedro:

I would love to print on this beast. (Rufino Tamayo is the artist Drawing and having the beast printed)

EPICCCC!!!!!!


pulmonaire:

Mirrored City by Martin Stavars

cOOooOooolll….

(via bythewayandparenthetically)


lithoshop:

Still from Disney’s “Ben and Me”. Amos Mouse is the key to Franklin’s success, reporting the news and telling him to start a daily paper, even helping him print.

lithoshop:

Still from Disney’s “Ben and Me”. Amos Mouse is the key to Franklin’s success, reporting the news and telling him to start a daily paper, even helping him print.


INKSLINGERS 2012 at Vermillion Editions Limited 

Here’s some Off-set Litho for yha!


Stream of Conscience, a.k.a.
No Sleep for three days

Stream of Conscience, a.k.a.

No Sleep for three days


in-print:

Chey & Alan with their final piece.

in-print:

Chey & Alan with their final piece.


good drum press, good drum press…

good drum press, good drum press…

(via beatnikbanshee)


pull some Prints!


reinavsreina:

lithoshop:

Cool Box Press by Manly Banister. Yes, that’s his name.

reinavsreina:

lithoshop:

Cool Box Press by Manly Banister. Yes, that’s his name.

(via reinaversusreina)


This is going to be a very good opportunity to see a great lecture by two extremely influential designer/printmakers. EVERYONE should come out and see this lecture, you will not be disappointed.

This is going to be a very good opportunity to see a great lecture by two extremely influential designer/printmakers. EVERYONE should come out and see this lecture, you will not be disappointed.


SUBMIT!!!

Hey all all of you rad people out there with awesome ideas, and printeresting stuff you would like to see on the blog- post it to the the submission category or the blog.


lithoshop:

Levigator, circa 2.5 million years ago.

WHOA~
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lithoshop:

Levigator, circa 2.5 million years ago.

WHOA~



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