If you want to create something unique start with simple things. American artist Jeffrey Dell did so: After his Master in Fine Arts from the University of New Mexico he focussed on screen-printing and … cake. This weird combination work very well: Dell's screenprints are minimal but spectacular at the same time. The San Marco based artist combines clear forms, bold colors and a huge palette of screen-printing skills to create prints which create a real competition to digital images.
If you think about screen-printing and art you will have the flat mutiples of Andy Warhol in your mind, but Jeffrey's prints define a new dimension of these technique: His prints are characterized by beautiful color gradients and impressive compositions. His deconstructed cake slices and folded paper stripes show a spatial deepness which are unusual for the screen-printing technique and define his very unique style. Currently work Jeffrey as a professor for printmaking at the Texas State University, School of Art and Design and show his work regulary in exhibitions in the US. Find more of Jeffreys impressive work on his website.
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