Patience is a Definite Virtue for the Human Printer

By: Kamal Musharbash - Published: Oct 21, 2010 • References: & amusingplanet
The Human Printer is a group of very patient individuals who dot ink on their canvasses to create some phenomenal works of art. The dotted illustrations take hours to draw, thus giving a very unique and intricate result. The group was founded by Louise Naunton Morgan, who gathered a group of people to emulate how conventional printers work.

The Human Printer utilizes CMYK or B&W in a halftone printing method for this result. The dot by dot effect is a painstaking effort; however, the finished work makes for a one-of-a-kind work of art that is both emotional and original. Stats for Dotted Artistry Trending: Older & Warm
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