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Member of Cork Printmakers is Ireland-based Printmaker Shane O’Driscoll who’s screenprinted work began whilst he studied Visual Communications. Throughout his work, O’Driscoll enjoys creating abstract compositions using bright coloured shapes and textures creating his own language by using two elements.

The element of chance is an important part of the print process, as the paper is moved and turned when printing to make his compositions. The hard line shapes are balanced against hand torn pieces, pencil lines and ink markings that are scanned and altered during the print process. His artwork has also taken on forms beyond print to window installations, paintings on buildings and to the farmyard, where he has painted on old disused farm machinery. In addition, O’Driscoll has exhibited his work nationally, internationally and in The National Print Museum of Ireland.

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Buenos Aires has a longstanding graphic heritage. The city’s first trade union was arguably created by graphic workers with the inhabitants of Buenos Aires called Porteños because they live in a port city and their families arrived at the port from a wide scope of regions. The development in the education system allowed for an outstanding development of printing houses, newspapers, magazines, brochures, posters and other printed matter. Contents vary from creator to creator: art, politics, social criticism, design, sports, music, decoration, alone, or all together. The cultural crossover makes Buenos Aires a sort of vortex that contains everything from Jorge Luis Borges’s El Aleph to Diego Armando Maradona’s goal with his hand.

New People of Print Member CHOCHO is a Porteño screen-printing workshop, where Julieta Seoane and Manuel Rentero collaborate with artists from varied fields. Small edition graphic publications, books, ads, merchandising, posters, objects, t-shirts, textile pieces, and stickers come out of the workshop and their destination can vary too: art exhibitions, campus walls, design shops, custom-made gifts, libraries, homes, schools, festivals, and even the human body.

This creative duo have a passion for sharing their experiences, establishing valuable connections between materials, experts, amateurs, and the artwork itself. With 10 years experience, CHOCHO have produces a vast catalog of elaborate silkscreen pieces for artists, illustrators, and designers. In addition, they’ve launched small publications, art pieces, objects, and textile items, all with CHOCHO’s trademark. For a Porteño, being CHOCHO is being happy, pleased, and proud about what’s been done, or achieved. Check out the work from the workshop via the link below!

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estoychocho.com.ar

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