The crowds have gone so now is the time for in-depth looking. ICOSA is open until 6pm today! When Everything’s Been Said: Jonas Criscoe & Mark Johnson
January 18, 2018 – February 16, 2019
When Everything’s Been Said is an exhibition of new works by Jonas Criscoe and Mark Johnson that explore the illusion of direction and the indeterminacy of visual language. Through their mixed media works both artist mimic the cacophonous nature of our contemporary environment while reflecting upon the incoherent facets of information that saturate our daily lives.
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Long time no see! #KnowledgeSeries has returned with the #Season2 without slowing down, here is the #episode1 titled "Printed Electronics":
Printed electronics is an all-encompassing term for the printing method used to create
electronic devices by printing on a variety of substrates. Originally, printed electronics related to organic or plastic electronics that use one or more inks made of carbon-based compounds. As demand for wearable devices and thinner electronics expands, printed electronics are being used to form flexible keyboards, antennas, electronic skin patches, and more. Printed electronics technology has evolved over time, and now inkjet printers are capable of printing electrical circuits quite inexpensively and quickly. In short, printed electronics is one of the fastest
growing technologies today and is becoming invaluable to several industries including
healthcare, aerospace, media, and transit. Printed electronics are being used in more products as the technology continues to advance. printed electronics applications.Today, flexible screens, intelligent labels and packaging, interactive books and posters, and even upholstery are being created with printed electronics. As the substrates grow thinner, printed materials become thin, light, and flexible enough to be integrated into existing production lines.
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An Albion in the Antarctic. Exploring the possible use of Stephenson Blake’s Tea-Chest stencilled type, for the endpapers to my book. When the Shackleton expedition printed their edition in the Antarctic in 1908, they used the wood from the crates that housed all of their supplies as the binding boards. Those crates had been stencilled with the names of the contents, or other identifying words for the expedition. Most copies of that edition, being unnumbered, are therefore identified by the stencilled boards. Contents such as: FAT PEAS, STEWED KIDNEYS, TURTLE SOUP, and SUET identify individual copies. My book will pay homage to these bindings with similar terms printed in a design on the endpapers, and in addition, each copy will be individually numbered in stencil on the rear endpaper from 1 to 40. The paper being used for the endpapers is a discontinued blue Fabriano Rustica. #endpapers #stencil #stencilart #bookdesign #design #letterpress #stephensonblake #printing #letterpress #bookarts #albionpress #shackleton #antarctic @david.wakefield23