Print is not dead. It just smells funny

Check out the photoset on flickr of an exhibtion called Radar Eyes: A Survey of Hallucinogenic Printmaking that took place in Chicago from 7-22 march. Of course the usual gibberish of line and color vomit and random "droodle style" artwork is well represented, but soem works suceed in making me hopefull for the future of printmaking.
I am gladly adding to this, in the spirit of my posting on Haight Ashbury (the book is long finished, it was great and inspiring) that (well made) psychedlic art is not dead either. Indeed it just smells funny, but that's the whole purpose. By the way; bad psychedlic art has never died aswell and will probably be around to amuse cockroaches that survived a nuclear holocaust.

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