Fine Print  

Fine Print Art & Design Blog

Tuesday, September 19th 2017

The Dynamic Illustrations of Si Scott

Manchester artist Si Scott thrives at the intersection of fine art, creative direction and typography in this series of pen and ink illustrations. Rendered in a healthy spectrum of styles, from pointillist to abstract, and on to the stunning realism often employed in his renderings of insects, Si...


Continue Reading...
Wednesday, September 6th 2017

The Shadow Mastery of Kumi Yamashita

NYC artist Kumi Yamashita makes creative use of shadows and negative space in this series of mesmerizing sculptures. Whether she is tightening thread around nails, making silhouettes of paper and wood, or assembling random objects to form transcendental shapes, Kumi's mastery of light hinges on...


Continue Reading...
Monday, August 28th 2017

The Multimedia Works of Lizzie Buckmaster Dove

Australian artist Lizzie Buckmaster Dove employs a wide variety of of media in her fascinating depictions and uses of the natural world. Whether she is producing floral prints or arranging rocks geometrically, her work simultaneously distills and transcends the essence of her chosen medium. For...


Continue Reading...
Friday, August 18th 2017

The Flexible Paper Sculptures of Felix Semper

Artist Felix Semper pushes papercraft and sculpture to mind bending limits with his unique brand of flexible paper sculptures. Thousands of pages are elaborately cut and layered to produce a flexible 3D bust. The entire process is a painstaking and methodical one, often taking several months...


Continue Reading...
Thursday, August 3rd 2017

The Elaborate Paper Quills of Lisa Nilsson

New England artist Lisa Nilsson takes paper quilling to elaborate extremes in stunning anatomical cross sections, and opulent rug patterns. Both subjects invite an intimidating level of intricacy which is full appreciated by Lisa's talent and patience. The art of paper quilling is an...


Continue Reading...
Friday, July 28th 2017

The Origami Mosaics of Kota Hiratsuka

Japanese artist Kota Hiratsuka was struggling with a particularly challenging origami project well into the evening hours. One attempt after another lay unraveled on his desk. Kota had hit a creative wall and like many artists in this predicament, he took a step back, sipped on his coffee...


Continue Reading...
Wednesday, July 19th 2017

Gold Leaf Prints of the Human Brain by Greg Dunn

American artist/neuroscientist Greg Dunn and Dr Brian Edwards bring new perspective to the mind in "Self Reflected" - a series of ambitious gold leaf prints of the human brain. The work bridges the connection between the macroscopic brain and the behavior of neurons through a revolutionary...


Continue Reading...
Friday, July 14th 2017

The Hyperrealism Portraits of Arinze Stanley

Nigerian artist Arinze Stanely attains astonishing levels of detail and precision in these graphite portraits, each one a feat of hyperrealism. Fully self-taught, Arinze has cultivated his skill through what he calls the Three P's - Patience, Practice and Persistence. These works are a...


Continue Reading...
Thursday, July 13th 2017

The Interactive Art of Tezi Gabunia

They say that art imitates life, but Tblisi artist Tezi Gabunia erases the line between both with this unique collection of paintings and installations. What makes his work stand out is the perpetual invitation for audience participation. In a sense, none of these pieces are truly complete...


Continue Reading...
 
 

Fine Print, Inc.

315 Madison Avenue, NYC 10017

Open Monday - Friday: 9:30am-5:30pm

*No Walk-In Appointments*

Showroom/Production Facility

Jersey City, NJ 07305

Open Tuesday - Friday

*No Walk-In Appointments*

Feel free to contact us directly at 212.619.5446 or inquiries@fineprintnyc.com

fineprintnyc.com © 2017 Fine Print NYC