The Making of Will Ferrell’s Casa De Mi Padre
Alex Lukas just finished an 8-color offset lithograph that he printed with Amanda D’Amico at The Borowsky Center for Publication Arts at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. above we take a small look through the process of making the print. He had this to say:
“Over the past few years my work has included appropriated printed imagery culled from coffee table books depicting major American cites. For a while now I’ve been searching for an appropriate method to create one of these images in multiple. Offset fit the bill. This isn’t a digital print or a giclee; this isn’t a reproduction of an existing work – this process is as close to the method I use to create one-of-a-kind works as it gets.”
Untitled Eight-Color Offset Lithograph
17.25″ x 24″, hand torn on left edge.
Signed and numbered edition of 100 on 100lb text weight paper.
Printed by Amanda D’Amico at The Borowsky Center for Publication Arts, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA
Also, are we running out new things to say? Of course we are.
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