Katsutoshi Yuasa

Katsutoshi Yuasa

Katsutoshi Yuasa’s woodcut prints reveal themselves slowly, as though the wealth of detail contained within them is only just coalescing. Complex, evocative, and exquisitely finished, they bear the hallmarks of an artist who is steeped in his medium’s traditions; but they also retain a decidedly contemporary edge. His subjects hint at fragments of modern experience: the images flicker and shift as if on a computer screen or television set, raked with digital noise (Maggie Gray).

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Susann Poenisch

Susann Poenisch

In 2005 Susann Pönisch who lives and works in Berlin, Germany, began to print her drawings in the "Fleischerei", an open screen printing workshop in Berlin-Mitte. Since that time, screen printing has become an important part of the artistic work of Susann. The stencils for the prints are produced by the direct drawing on tracing paper with a variety of materials, such as acrylic, charcoal, ink, gouache and fineliner. There are built, layer by layer, prints from which emerge books, series or unique pieces at the end.

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Original Replica

Original Replica

Original Replica is a graphic design and screen printing studio based in Thessaloniki, Greece. Since 2010, they create original work but they also screen print or design in commission. They provide expert design in a variety of categories, from print to screen, and from logo design to packaging. They also organize workshops and open studio days to the public.

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Ewa Budka & Mokulito

Ewa Budka & Mokulito

The art that Ewa Budka creates is very intimate, full of emotions, sexuality, questions of feminity and on humanity’s place in the universe. Her images show frustration, love, struggle and a reaction to primitive human instincts. She treats her artwork as a living body, a combination of different materials and feelings. Her art is her own international language, provoking emotions in audiences that also have something to say, asking questions about Who we are? What we feel? Where have we been?

When she finds her answers, she shares them in colors, marks and signs with the page and existence. 

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Print Jam

Print Jam

With the spirit of a jam printing session, artists Ronald de Bloeme, Wernher Bouwens, Christoph Ruckhäberle, Thomas Siemon and Edouard Wolton got together during several weeks of 2014 in the Carpe Plumbum printing workshop in Leipzig, in order to work in this collaborative, intense and original project, Print Jam.

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Gfeller + Hellsgård

Gfeller + Hellsgård

Anna Hellsgård (Sweden) and Christian “Meeloo” Gfeller (France) work since 2001 in the Re:Surgo project (www.resurgo-berlin.com), a silkscreening studio based in Berlin, from where they produce posters, artists' books, zines and publications. both by themselves and with artists they collaborate with. They also manage In:Surgo!, a physical space where they show and sell all the products they publish and where they regularly organize exhibitions, mostly of emergent artists. 

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Struan Teague

Struan Teague

Struan Teague is an abstract painter and printmaker based in Copenhagen. Working across large and small scale canvases, screenprint editions, and artist books, Teague creates a visual language of forms through a balance of compositional structure and intuitive touch. The use of instantaneous processes and materials - screenprint, spray paint - force quicker decisions to be made, resulting in intuition taking a crucial role in the image making process. This process involves an element of uncertainty; but the accidents and unplanned decisions are frequently the most exciting.   

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Print Van Paris

Print Van Paris

A retro Renault in the middle of the street can remind us a classic ice-cream van at first. But take a second look! There's no ice-creams but it's full of yummy t-shirts, tote bags and posters you can print while you get your hands dirty. The project, started in 2014 has an amazing selection of limited edition designs by international illustrators. Oschon and Simon explain us about the printing adventure on the road.

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Tind Silkscreen

Tind Silkscreen

Tind means‭ ‬“This Is Not Designed‭”‬.‭ ‬We embrace the‭ ‬motto‭ ‬“everything‭ ‬goes according to no plan‭”‬ and we don‭’‬t follow‭ ‬any manifest.‭ ‬We use serigraphy and program coding as our main form of expression though we always‭ ‬integrate‭ ‬and‭ ‬look for‭ ‬new forms of technology in our arsenal,‭ ‬so we can further drive our projects‭ ‬step by step.‭ ‬We are thinkers,‭ ‬solvers and enablers of your dreams.

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Pep Brocal & Blanca Hernández

Pep Brocal & Blanca Hernández

Pep Brocal and Blanca Hernández love hand print xylography since it allows multiple images without losing the essence of the author. The fact that the technical process demands simple images leads them to try other solutions that influence the result positively. 

Essentially, what they have discovered by working together is the possibility to reach amazing results that they would not reach separately. It’s like if they were three: the pieces that they make separately and the result of the shared work.

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Limited Works

Limited Works

High quality art fortunately does not always go hand in hand with high prices and elitism. This is something Limited Works has demonstrated us. Art can be inclusive; it can be close to us and be a part of our everyday life. Handpicked and handprinted silk screens, lithographies, linoleums, etchings and several other techniques by both established and emerging artists from around the world can be found in this small temple of ink and paper.

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