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July 26, 2013

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Tom

Interesting to hear Gary's perspective on the way print editorial has changed. My dad was a photojournalist (www.budleepicturemaker.com). He worked for a lot of publications but really found a home with Esquire in the late 60's. They pretty much let him do photo essays on whatever he wanted. It was really a great outlet for an artist like him.

You really don't see that anymore. I do miss that more magazines aren't in a larger format. For me, the full page photos and illustrations had a much bigger visual impact then the current magazine size.

(RE: I agree, Tom. Bigger formats for magazines was great. Like non-geek treasury editions! Thanks for chiming in, sir. - S)

Mattdicke

great interview. Gary Kelley was definitely a huge influence on my work in undergrad. and being an illustrator/printmaker yes there is a difference between monotype and monoprint and people use the term monoprint incorrectly all the time to describe monotypes. so for those that listened and want to know the difference
monotype is a one of a kind unique piece of artwork. Monotypes are pulled impressions that were drawn or painted on a metal or plexiglass plate. The images are created through applications of ink that are rolled, brushed, daubed or otherwise applied and manipulated and then, with the material, usually paper, that is to accept an impression, are "pulled" with the use of a press.

A monoprint is a single impression of an image made from a reprintable block. Such as a metal plate used for etching, a litho stone or wood block. Rather than printing an edition of multiple copies of a single image, only one impression may be produced, either by painting or making a collage on the block. Etching plates may also be inked in a way that is expressive and unique in the strict sense, in that the image cannot be reproduced exactly.


( Re: Thanks for the continued clarity Matt. -DWiGHT)

shawn

Awesome! Already listened twice, starting the third :)

Thanks guys! I'm a huge fan of Gary's.

Ericka

Yes! Finally!

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