Introducing the captivating "Bubble Eye" Screenprint: A Fusion of Retro and Future. Created from vintage magazines discovered in Boston flea markets, this artwork seamlessly blends the nostalgic charm of the past with the limitless possibilities of the future. Using a diffusion dither CMYK screenprint technique, vibrant colours and intricate details come to life. What makes this piece truly unique is the process behind it—a combination of drawing apps on an iPhone and the artistry of Photoshop. This merging of traditional and digital techniques gives birth to a visually stunning composition. Hang this mesmerising artwork to transport viewers into a world where the boundaries of time blur, inviting them to contemplate the intersection of retro and futuristic aesthetics. A remarkable addition to any collection, it exemplifies the creative possibilities when old and new techniques converge.
5 layer cmyk hand pulled screen-print
70x50cm deckled edge
320gsm Somerset satin
Edition of 20.
embossed / signed
Sold unframed, wrapped in acid free tissue and shipped in a sturdy cardboard tube.
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Oli Fowler Art
Hi there! welcome to my page! My name is Oli Fowler and I make screen printed artwork. For those of you that don't know, its a form of hand pulled printing where you print in layers to achieve your final artwork. I've been learning how to screen print now for over 15 years. I've just setup my own studio In Hertfordshire. It's taken ages to find all of the equipment but it's all I ever wanted to do in my life, come join me on my journey!