3-color serigraph hand-printed on French Off-White Butchers (100lb cover)
26" x 26"
A short while back I did an art print inspired by my favorite retired film type: Kodachrome 40. Well, I really liked this process so I decided to create another print working in the same way.
Like many starting photographers, I spent my time in high school and college shooting and learning with Kodak Tri-X black and white film. And, as much as I love Kodachrome 40, the ubiquity of Tri-X makes it both unavoidable and nostalgic.
Like before, this print was created by separating the original color plates from a 1961 package of Tri-X medium format film (bought off eBay). Then, the color plates from every side of the package were repositioned on a single plane in various directions. The result is something that's part pop-art and part dadaist.
The 50 prints are hand-numbered and signed.