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Matthew Stone - Selections from Optimism as Cultural Rebellion and Unconditional Love

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From the Teaching Archives: Anastassia Fulmer (BFA 2012)

Anastassia Fulmer was one of the most prolific and versatile printmaking students I have taught at Stamps School.  Reverently prolific, she produced great many prints, artists books and print installations and, following her graduation, has been working as my studio assistant in my print studio. Here is her clever little artist “woodbook” printed, in the final image, as a woodblock print on Rives BFK, as well onto thinner veneer 1/4” plywood before being cut into 12 smaller blocks to make an artist “woodbook.”  Awesome work Anastassia! -Endi

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LOL THE JACK DANIELS THING ABT SINGAPORE IS SO ACCURATE SO IS THE CIGS FOR NYC

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Still can’t believe I own this mystical creature. @beanzhart

mamrie:

Still can’t believe I own this mystical creature. @beanzhart

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Cats come in both liquid and solid form.

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Cats come in both liquid and solid form.

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Lady Gaga x Music Videos

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IS THIS CONDUCTIVE INK IM GOING TO SCREAM

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IS THIS CONDUCTIVE INK IM GOING TO SCREAM

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Great start to our new taster course last week. @patlunch worked with students to help them construct positives out of offcuts and print them using the vacuum beds, mixing and blending inks to create exciting and  vibrant prints.

See more great results here.

Our taster course covers four techniques including linocut, etching, screen printing and mono printing. If you’re a complete beginner and just want to give printmaking a try this course would be perfect for you! The next course is coming up in June. Click here for more info.

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Icelandic houses

Icelandic houses

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Space Age Buildings of Africa

Throughout the world, the 1950’s Space Age was known for its beautiful, bold architecture,full of swooshy curves and spaceship-shaped buildings. But some of the most vibrant and retro-futuristic buildings of the Space Age can be found in Africa. Here are the most amazing architectural achievements from Space-Age Africa. By Vince Miklos.

  1. Mausoleum of Agostinho Neto, the first president of independent Angola in Luanda, Angola
  2. Building in Warri, Nigeria
  3. Kariakoo Market in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  4. Memorial to the Martyrs in Ouagadougou, the capital city of Burkina Faso
  5. Bujumbura International Airport, Bujumbura, Burundi
  6. The CNPS building (The National Social Insurance Fund):
  7. St. Paul’s Cathedral in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), designed by Aldo Spirito, consecrated in 1980
  8. The National Assembly, the parliament of Cameroon

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