Archive for December, 2014

Fairing Well Redux:

Fairing well: Redux: Pu(bli)shing for Profit Publisher: Printeresting Co-authored: Andrew Super and Paul Laidler Continuing on the last installment’s theme of folk emerging from the Multiplied Art Fair at Christie’s (read more here), we’ll turn our sights away from the students and not-for-profits, and towards the ‘may-or-may-not-have-gone-to-school-onces’ and ‘yeah-we’d-really-like-to-turn-a-profits’. This means talking to publishers that have […]


Fairing Well

Fairing well: The university print publisher and its emerging artists Publisher: Printeresting Co-authored: Paul Laidler and Andrew Super                     The university as a producer and publisher of prints is not a new concept when we consider established US-based institutes such as Graphicstudio in Tampa, Florida, (part […]


something about text and image

‘The best metaphoric analogies were the ‘graphic’ where the writers words should cause the listener to see things’. Aristotle suggested that metaphor by proportion or analogy is most significant to the visual arts. Although the word graphic has a number of definitions I thought it would be interesting to begin locating analogies (within fictional texts) that make use of […]