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Paul D'Elia

Poster Art: Paul D’Elia’s multi-layered mixtures

Paul D’Elia, a Los Angeles-based screen-print poster artist, reviews work on Art4Punks.blogspot.com. “There is ...

Ryan Duggan -- Mi Ami

Poster Art: Ryan Duggan’s punchy minimalism

Screen-printing poster artist Ryan Duggan grew up in Northern Illinois in a small town ...

Poster Art: Dan Grzeca’s paint-inspired screen prints

Fifteen years ago, Chicago artist Dan Grzeca (pronounced Jet-sah) was painting.  It was the ...

Poster Art: Garrett Karol’s tactile style

Texture and muted color schemes create the gritty but expensive feel of Garrett Karol’s ...

Poster Art: Nels “Jagmo” Jacobson’s fortuitous relocation

“It was a move to Austin, Texas in 1978 that touched off my fascination ...

Poster Art: Cricket Press’ creative diversity

First working out of a tiny home studio in Lexington, Kentucky, Brian and Sara ...

Poster Art: Joanna Wecht’s Womanly World

By using vintage images of women and by hand printing her own work because ...

Poster Art: The Bubble Process

The Bubble Process was conceived 10 years ago in the back of a classroom ...

Poster Art: Mara Piccione’s Anthropomorphism

Netherlands-based artist Mara Piccione explores love, childhood, nightmares, sadness, mental illness, and the “beauty ...

Zine Scene: Wordplay with Katie Haegele

Katie Haegele’s language-centric zines grew, quite appropriately, out of having something to say, but ...

Zine Scene: The Sociology of Aaron Lake Smith

A Q&A with Aaron Lake Smith, writer of Big Hands and Unemployment.

Zine Scene: Independence and Creativity in Publishing

Zine Scene is a new weekly column where you can learn about new and ...