Collaboration with zachcollinsart.tumblr.com. Started by ZC (collage), finished by CK (silkscreen).

Collaboration with zachcollinsart.tumblr.com. Started by ZC (collage), finished by CK (silkscreen).

Collaboration with zachcollinsart.tumblr.com. Started by ZC (collage), finished by CK (silkscreen).

Collaboration with zachcollinsart.tumblr.com. Started by ZC (collage), finished by CK (silkscreen).

Screenprint. July 2014.

Here’s the new one. Screenprint, 19x26-ish.

Here’s the new one. Screenprint, 19x26-ish.

slicingeyeballs:

I can’t get used to this lifestyle.

slicingeyeballs:

I can’t get used to this lifestyle.

(Source: phanart.net)

iowanaturalhistory:

Iowa Hall turns 29 this Sunday! Check out these awesome photos from the construction process.

iowawomensarchives:

Today we’re borrowing some items from our neighbors in Special Collections to feature a collection of zines donated by Sarah Wolfe.

Before becoming a gifted psychiatrist helping troubled children and teens, Wolfe had struggled with mental health issues of her own during the early 1990s. Along with the excellent healthcare she received from those who helped inspire her future career path, she also found solace in riot grrrl music and zines, with their emphasis on female empowerment and self-actualization. In 2008, Wolfe donated her zines to the University of Iowa, where the collection has become a valuable resource for researchers of third-wave feminism, underground music, and fan culture. 

Sarah Wolfe and her sister Suzy were killed during a break-in at their home in Pittsburgh earlier this year. Family, friends and colleagues have put together a number of charities to help celebrate their lives. The latest effort, WolfePack Goods, sells artwork to fund a scholarship to Pittsburgh’s Girls Rock camp in Sarah and Suzy’s names. Please see below for more information.

UI Special Collections: Guide to the Sarah and Jen Wolfe zine collection, 1991-2003

WolfePack Goods: home page | online store

(via uispeccoll)

New screenprint. 19x26”, May 2014.

Printmaking: What Went Wrong and Why

lithoshop:

Problem: You started printmaking.

Cause: You didn’t pay attention during demos and have no clue what you’re doing in the print shop due to complacent behavior.

Solution: Don’t print anymore. Please. Really.

printclubboston:

Sister Corita Kent at Galerie Allen, Paris.

12 March - 19 April, 2014