Three illustrations by Carlos Mérida from A Treasury of Mexican Folkways (1947)
Carlos Merida, 1947, "Dance of the Pascolas - Michoacán"
Previous posts on this artist: Carnival in Mexico, Dances of Mexico, The Hungry Moon, and The Bird.
Jen Ray, an artist I featured on But Does it Float in 2012, has her first solo show in New York opening this week:
JEN RAY: DEEP CUTS
OCTOBER 8 - NOVEMBER 7, 2015
OPENING: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Albertz Benda Gallery
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Images from William Addison Dwiggins: Stencilled Ornament and Illustration
by Dorothy Abbe and Bruce Kennett, published by Princeton Architectural Press (2015)
Title page border for The Time Machine, 1931 (printed vertically in the book)
Illustrations by Eva Bednářová for 'Rikali Mi Leni' by Zdeňka Bezděková (Prague, 1967)
First published in 1948 (revised 1959), Bezděková's Rikali Mi Leni was translated into many languages and seems to have been compulsory reading for man...
A guest post by Bill Kartalopoulos
Shapereader is a new system of comics for the blind and visually impaired, developed by the multifarious experimental comics artist Ilan Manouach.
Born in Athens, Greece and educated at the Institut Saint-Luc in ...
Bookplates from the collection of Richard Sica
Windel, Ex Libris Dr Harmath
signed HG 1921
Dan Burne Jones
Jame Groleau etchi...