Video Interview With Jason Shawn Alexander

This is a video of Jason Shawn Alexander painting in his studio and talking about his career as both a fine artist and professional comic book illustrator. I’m producing a print with Jason for the 34th annual Venice Art Walk.

What you can’t see in this video is myself, Jason, and our buddy Ryan McIntosh laughing hysterically at a couple of inside jokes we had going on. Or for that matter the fright when we encountered a snake outside Jason’s house slithering about its business. However, I’m working on getting speedier with my camera skills so I can capture moments like that for you on video. Just you wait!

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While Daniel Rolnik is out working with some amazing artists in AZ and NM on new prints… I’m stuck in the studio packing up a tower of Gary Baseman prints that will be headed to the lucky few that got one today! Thanks to everyone that made this our first sold out edition! We will have more from Gary shortly! Shhhh! @danielrolnik @garybaseman #intellectualpropertyprints #garybaseman (at Intellectual Property Prints)

The Brewery Artwalk is tomorrow and Sunday, 11-6. Over 350 artist studios, open to the public to check out! I have a series of new paintings on exhibit, along with a limited edition print to the first 100 people! Hope to see you all this weekend! #artisshit #mcintosh #intellectualpropertyprints (at The Brewery Arts Complex)

@intellectualpropertyprints today signing 2 print runs of 40 works that will be released at the Venice Art Walk on May 19th with @artisshit @danielrolnik ! Photo @rainmac thank you @beaudunnart for coming through and supporting! #gregorysiff #intellectualpropertyprints #handmade #legit @unif @factory413 (at Intellectual Property Prints)


Video Interview with Ryan McIntosh

This is a video of master printer Ryan McIntosh in his studio working on screenprints for The Venice Art Walk. It’s technically the first video I shot of all the Venice Art Walk ones, but the last one to be released because I like to do things the opposite way as everyone else would do it. 

What you can’t see in this video is simply how much fun Ryan and I have whenever we hang out together. Also, like Ryan says in the video it takes thousands of hours to become a master and that’s no joke! Whenever I try to do what he does, I get paint all over myself and my prints look hella-bogan. But whenever Ryan does what he does, it looks beyond GANDOLPHstyle and there isn’t a drip of paint on his clothing. 

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