I ❤ Little Printer | Bergcloud

Hello Little Printer, available 2012 from BERG on Vimeo.

Another great idea from Berg...no matter how 'digital' things become we all like to print bits and bobs out. Thanks @andrewdotdobson for the find.

"Little Printer lives in your home, bringing you news, puzzles and gossip from friends. Use your smartphone to set up subscriptions and Little Printer will gather them together to create a timely, beautiful mini-newspaper." http://bergcloud.com/littleprinter/#!prettyPhoto


Geometric Art by Mary Webb

This weekend I visited 'Journeys in Colour' an exhibition by Suffolk based artist Mary Webb http://marywebb.co.uk/ at the Sainsbury Centre UEA Norwich http://www.scva.co.uk/exhibitions/current/index.php?exhibition=90

I'd never heard of her before, but her Patrick Caulfield meets Bridget Riley style is boldly imposing. Some big pieces too, walking into the main exhibit room graphically punches you between the eyes. The exhibition continues until 26 Feb 2012.

Continuously Regenerated & Unique | Printed Art Books


Created in collaboration with more than 70 media artists and developers from across the world, Written Images is the first of its kind. A 'programmed book', continuously regenerated for the digital printing process, offering each reader a unique experience. See some of the art in the comped image below.

See http://writtenimages.net/ and http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/deffekt/written-images (found via http://prostheticknowledge.tumblr.com/)

Studio International Covers

I can't find that many of them, but I love the one's I've found...

More about...Studio: a brief history - http://www.studiointernational.com/about_studio.asp

Lots for sale here but pics have massive watermarks on them, but you can see more covers form the 60's and 70's http://www.vintagemagazinecompany.co.uk/710-studio-international

Studio was first published in April 1893 under the title The Studio: An Illustrated Magazine of Fine and Applied Art. It rapidly established itself as one of the most successful fine art periodicals in the English-speaking world. Among others, it featured the work of the illustrator Aubrey Beardsley – who even designed an elegant cover – and the architects Charles Rennie Mackintosh and CFA Voysey. It was one of the first art magazines to adopt photomechanical reproduction, a process that would dominate art publishing for a century.

Found at:
http://www.counter-print.co.uk/
http://www.intute.ac.uk/cgi-bin/fullrecord.pl?handle=20070605-181716
http://www.studio-international.co.uk/
http://www.leftmatrix.com/studiointer180.html
http://ahoylandahoy.blogspot.com/2009/05/layout-of-studio-international.html