To say Brian Luong is an adept print-maker would be a understatement. His hyper detailed silk-screen prints will create a draft in that ol’ mind of yurz :} . Just found out Brian has a brother by the name of Kevin – you’ll certainly be seeing another post centered on his work in the near future. Until then Stay Brassy.
Here’s a randow medley of fun images that have accumulated on the desktop over the past couple months – hope they make ya smirk!
Categories: Abstract, Art, Comedy, Disco, Drugs, Graphic Design, Illustration, Ink + Paper, Light, Lighting, Modern Events, Nature, Painting, Photography, Physics, Posters, Psychedelica, Skulls, Snow, Surreal, Textures, Woodblock
Ohara Koson was a master print maker who lived in the Tokyo area in late 1800’s – 1945. Along with a few other masters of the field, Ohara played a large role in resurrecting the Shin-hanga print style from the 17th century. EXQUISITE CRAFTSMANSHIP.
Recently visiting the Sitzmark Club at the Alta Lodge in Little Cottonwood Canyon, I saw a legendary ‘Ski Utah’ poster from decades past. It inspired a search into vintage skiing posters. Below is a collection of some of the best ski posters from simpler times (& fictional :} ).
In a world where many artists have crossed over to digitization and are increasingly reliant on machinery of various sorts, Dennis Mcnett’s wood working stands as a beacon of craftsmanship in the modern era. Wood workin’ skeelz aside, Mcnett also has an awesome perspective on life (as you may gather by watching the video below the gallery). OL TIMEY PAINSTAKING DETAILS
Rakusan Tsuchiya was a renowned painter and woodblock printer from Kyoto, who worked in the early to mid 1900’s. Flowers and birds where Rakuzan’s favorite subject matter, which he replicated in print with exacting detail. WOODBLOCK MAGIC via BiblioOdyssey