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Live Printing at the Art Museum

November 7, 2016

I was recently invited to do a live-printing demo at the Portland Art Museum, as part of their programming around the big Warhol show they have up. It was a fun experience, lots of engaged people, and I got to talk about Justseeds, political printmaking, and the coming death of capitalism to a more or less captive audience. Here’s a few pics of the day, including some process shots. I made this print out of the linoleum blocks for my print “Embargo”- printing them on tracing paper and using those sheets to expose screens.







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