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i keep coming back to look at this one...it's really impressive. i'd love to see the separations, just to get an idea of how it's laid out.
this is absolutely stellar - i love it!
great job sarah and jeff. Jim would be hella proud!
I like this.
Great super-saturated look. I'm chicken about CMYK. This rules and it makes me want to overcome my CMYK fear.
i'm a sucker for cmyk
yay! this is great! good job guys.
yeah this is awesome.
the layering reminds of Rauschenberg's stuff.
El Negro Magnifico!
I'm really into the layered images. Damn, this is good!
Man this turned out great.
that was my question and what I guessed to be the answer. Out of the jar, they aren't that close to process and overprinting just kinda makes everything brown. Took me awhile to fine tune.
this is the first time we added the "K" part. we mix about 50/50 with transparent extender base. seems to work.
really really nice. I need to talk to you about using speedball process inks. me think you'll have the answer to all of my questions.
Thanks! this is a collaboration with Sarah Blacksher. it's also a tribute to our lost friend, Jim Connelly, who i did a series of posters with. sarah built the collage sort of in his style.
I love these cmyk workouts from Lure.
thank you Jeff. I was starting to get uninspired as of late.
Wow. That's nice.
this is awesome
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