Posts Tagged ‘Print’


Stickers galore

Here is a sheet of stickers that I made in collaboration with Yamandu Roos, he is a friend and a good photographer, he loves good quality stuff and that’s why he has commissioned me to design these stickers. You’ll hear back about Yamandu, just google “3 millones” and see what he is capable of, but this is material for another post.
For a reasonable deal I’ve included three of my designs among those requested by Yamandu whose portrait, by the way, appears in the adhesive on the right.
This work was a big job and the good thing is that we did it for the sheer pleasure of having something good. The stickers are made in four colors (CMYK), screen printed, look closely and you’ll see a lot of dots that overlap and create colors, a kind of magic!


Bizarre Dee and Pane Risograph print

This is a Risograph print produced by Bizarre Dee and Pane in the occasion of the exhibition Glad To See You.

Risograph duplicators were originally created for office / commercial use to produce large volume one or two colour documents at high speed. But the rich spot colours are also ideal for creative graphic arts applications and the prints have a wonderful look and feel which is quite unique.

The Print is A3 size on Paper Cyclus Offset 140gsm – Recycled with a slightly gray off-white tint.
Edition of 50 numbered prints signed by the artists.

Buy it for € 15.00 including expedition fees.



Here a “new” project called Two-Hands… I’ve made this silkscreen print with Giorgio di Salvo, GDS. We have assembled pieces of two different artworks, two skulls. Only 36 prints on two different papers.