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

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

 

 

 

 

CR in Print

If you only read CR online, you’re missing out. The January issue of Creative Review is a music special with features on festivals, the future of the music video and much much more. Plus it comes with its very own soundtrack for you to listen to while reading the magazine.

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