Tag Archives: animation

Animated linocut by Raj Bunnag

Another linocut animation, this one by Raj Bunnag. The linocut print itself is 7.5 ft long and is viewed while moving it past your eyes by turning a crank. I found this via the excellent blog PRINTERESTING which  is full of unusual and inspiring stuff.

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Linoleum exhibition at HemingwayArt Oxford

Linoleum: The Cutting Edge, an exhibition of linocut prints, animation and other lino-based art opens tomorrow at HemingwayArt gallery, Oxford. I’ve spent the last three days hanging framed prints, formatting videos and installing Mark Andrew Webber‘s piece which hangs across the ceiling of one of the gallery rooms. Mark Andrew Webber with his installation Other […]

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Linocut flickbook workshop with Jotta

My linocut flickbook workshop at the Jotta Live event on Saturday was great fun. I’ve been wanting to run a flick book workshop for a while and I had eight keen students happy to take up the challenge of making a simple animation using linocut printing in just three hours! The first part of the […]

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BIG ASS Linocut exhibition at High Roller Society in London

BIG ASS Linocuts and Linomations is an exhibition of large-scale prints and animation which I have curated. In October 2011 it was exhibited at the Pie Factory in Margate as part of Pushing Print festival and now it is coming to High Roller Society in London. The exhibition features some of my favourite linocut artists […]

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Linocut animation – Fire Fire I heard the cry

I just spotted this linocut animation by Amanda Moore and Drew Christie on PRINTERESTING – a fantastic blog if you haven’t seen it, all about printmaking but with some really unusual and interesting stuff. Fire Fire I Heard The Cry from Drew Christie on Vimeo.

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Probably the best Linocut exhibition in the World

Bill Fick – Skullarek 2 Well, that’s what I’m aiming for!  This October I’m putting together a show of some of my favourite linocut artists.  There’s Bill Fick, an American artist who makes big, cartoonish prints of skulls, zombies and devils.  Then there’s Mark Andrew Webber, a young British linocutter who specialises in enormous typographic […]

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Scott Minzy animation – egg head

egg head, originally uploaded by sminzy. This is an animation derived from a linocut by Scott Minzy, one of the guest artists who will be featuring in my exhibition ‘Big Ass Linocuts and Linomations’ in October as part of Pushing Print. Pushing Print is a printmaking festival in Margate, Kent which includes exhibitions, talks, workshops […]

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Carsten Nicolaus animated linocut

Work by carsten nicolaus. Just found this on flickr. See more of his work here:http://www.flickr.com/photos/carstennicolaus/

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Linocut Masks

Whilst randomly searching for linocuts on the internet I have come across some very nice images which I thought would make an inspiring post on the theme of masks. There seems to be some kind of handed-down tradition which I suppose derives from making masks by carving wood, which obviously happened and still happens in […]

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Mark Andrew Webber Linomation

This amazing animation by Mark Andrew Webber was made by carving each frame out of lino!  Check out more of Mark’s stuff, including his giant typographical city maps at this website: http://markandrewwebber.com

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