Look at this place… is it wrong to want to make love to a print studio? Just put on some Boyz II Men and get down to it.
I did a visit to the print shop of my friend Brian Garner at Litho Shop in Baltimore. Brian was doing the Tamarind program in Albuquerque while I was at UNM. Great guy, full of good stories. And he’s got a well loved and super shop.
That shot of the floor of shop shows little rings that were from industrial spools of thread. The incredible warehouse was originally a garment factory. And yes, that is a small garage door the goes out onto a causeway. Beautiful space.
Just found this post by Jeff Dell. He came by the shop a few weeks ago. Man that seems like a long time ago…and it just happened. The opposite of how I feel about moving into this space. It’s been five years, but it seems like yesterday. Now that I am leaving, these photo’s are extra special to me. Thanks dude, for a great time talking with you for the afternoon.
"Artists don’t make objects, artists make mythologies, and it’s through the mythologies that we read the object."
Sweet Charles Brand press @printshopco hanging out with @printzero checking out the new shop! #printmaking #dailydispatch
Mary Cassatt - ‘The Map’ c.1891, drypoint
Love the delicacy of handling and feeling of spontaneity in Cassatt’s drypoints
"a higher education" 1, 2, 3
mixed media collage
Lil something from the day on the studio… #dailydispatch (at Lucky Day Press)