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Occupy Print from Denmark

December 27, 2011


In October, following the Justseeds installation in Slovenia, Shaun and I traveled on to Berlin and then Copenhagen. We had the opportunity to do artist talks at two art schools outside of Copenhagen, and ending up spending a morning with Nis Rømer’s screenprinting class at Kunsthøjskolen i Holbæk, where Nis had his students designing and printing Occupy graphics. We did a quick rubylith demo, and designed and started cutting a poster design. Nis’s students then finished cutting and then printed the poster. Here are some shots of us at work in the class, and the finished poster.
Many thanks to Nis, and to Brett Bloom for making the introduction!
You can check out Nis’s work here:





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