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This limited edition giclée print is produced in an edition of 5. Each print is produced on archival 100% cotton heavy weight paper and is signed and numbered by the artist, Elliott Earls. This print is a digital preparatory cartoon (drawing) Elliott Earls used to concieve his oil painting “Death of a Salesman.” The prints […]
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💥Saturday Night Special💥 3rd Limited Edition Print for October. “The Artist Emerging From The Shadow Of His Defeat” 22 x 30in. On 100% Cotton American Masters Paper with Deckle Edge. Edition of 8. Signed and Numbered. 4 Plate – 3 Spot Color. Hot Red, Metallic Silver and Black. $75 available immediately from www.minislimited.com work for @goodweathr #limitededition #artprint#screenprint #art #artist #design #designer
💥A second print for October ’16 🍀LINK IN BIO🍀 Small edition this time. Only 5 signed and numbered copies. 1 spot color. On Bright White American Masters Heavyweight 100% cotton paper with Deckle Edge. 22 x 30in. $75 #art #print#contemporaryart #graphicdesign #artist#screenprinting
Limited Edition Print Release ❤️LINK IN BIO❤️ “Cyclops in Blue, Gray and Yellow” PRICE $55 – 3 spot colors on heavyweight American Masters 250gsm. 22 x 30 inches. 100% Cotton paper with Deckle Edge. Edition of 10 Signed and Numbered. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY through www.minislimited.com 🍀🍀🍀This print is produced for and is a component of […]
Limited edition prints available drawn from this painting at www.minislimited.com
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What are the mechanics of making a formalist avant-garde design/art object? How is a the formailist avant-garde different than the historical avant-garde? how can you make more compelling art/design objects?
The strange masonry work of architect Eliel Saarinen inspires the signage and identity for a rustic northern Michigan studio.
In Episode 18 of Studio Practice, I referred to a précis (a diagram) of my argument outlining the “problem” with the field of Visual Communication and Graphic Design. you can find a .PDF file of the précis below. See Episode 18 for an explaination. Download a high resolution version of the précis by clicking on the link below: Episode 18 […]
What’s the “problem” with the field of Visual Communication and Graphic Design? In this episode of Studio Practice, Elliott Earls discusses the relationship between philosopher Morris Weitz Open Concept of Art, and it’s relationship to design. Part 2 will continue the argument. SUBSCRIBE to the channel here: https://goo.gl/L4FsHI Purchase a limited edition print or sculpture by […]
In this episode the British teddy-boys, mods, skinheads and punks serve as a point of departure for Elliott Earls to make a case against the global influence of Dutch graphic design. Elliott draws on the work of Dick Hebdidge and his theory of subculture development to suggest another method for moving your work to a […]
“Cycloptical Power In A Culture Ruled By Narcissism (Oblique)” is a 22 x 30 inch, three color hand pulled screenprint. Elliott Earls walks the viewer through the design and production process. The print was produced in an edition of ten.
Narcissism in art and design is a pervasive component of our contemporary cultural landscape.The allure of the self can be too powerful to resist for many artists and designers. Episode 12 provides you with a few critical tools for the next time you are forced to contend with this prickly beast. Harold Bloom’s book “Genius” […]
Cognitive Expressionism as an approach to both Art & Design is a statement of defiance in the face of institutionalized stupidity. What is institutionalized stupidity? What is Cognitive expressionism? How can you incorporate these things into your studio practice and stand up to the stupification of our culture? Episode 14 of Elliott Earls Studio Practice […]
This episode is a quick follow up to Episode 13’s discussion of the relationship between critical theory and making. Comments by Doctor Kobra and the designer Scott Klinker set the wheels in motion.
A close look at the machining of one of Elliott Earls’ limited edition objects provides the background for a discussion of how critical theory relates to practice. In this episode Elliott provides a suggestion for helping you move your studio practice to a more contemporary space. This episode also features Joshua Ray Stephens as the Unholy […]