Daniel Eatock's felt-tip prints
One of the highlights of the Walker Art Center's Graphic Design: Now in production show is Daniel Eatock's installation in which images are 'automatically' created by upturned marker pens. Here, he explains the process
Designer Michael Cina reviewed the Walker show in our December issue. You can read his thoughts here
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Very often the simplest things are the most beautiful.
Yasmin Chopin - Interior Designer
Simple elegance. Nothin fancy- but simply neat. Found it thought thought provoking. What could I do?
fantastic. i love this. 10/10 from me
fascinating - how did he get all of those pens to remain upright!?
Beautiful - taking Damien Hirsts dots a step further.
Daniel Eatock always comes up with an idea I always think "wish I'd thought of that!"
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