• Toppled

Toppled

Kate Gibb

Toppled is one of two brand new riso editions by Kate Gibb launched in late October 2021. With its beautifully balanced composition, Toppled is something of a playground for Kate, the process allowing her to explore textures and mark-making. “Risograph is almost like stone lithography, in the sensitivity of the marks it picks up and reproduces,” Kate told me. ”It can be subtle or in your face. Colour is one of the strongest elements in my work, so stripping my ideas back to black and white, removes my comfort zone… challenging me to consider the range of marks I’m making, and explore them to a much higher degree.” Design created by Kate in north London, September 2021. Risograph printing by Calverts, Bethnal Green, London.

Details

  • One colour risograph print
  • 300gsm Munken Pure Smooth paper
  • Signed, titled and numbered in coloured pencil
  • Limited edition of 25
  • 420mm x 297mm (A3)
  • £55 each (unframed, plus shipping)
£55.00

Toppled

Kate Gibb

Toppled is one of two brand new riso editions by Kate Gibb launched in late October 2021. With its beautifully balanced composition, Toppled is something of a playground for Kate, the process allowing her to explore textures and mark-making. “Risograph is almost like stone lithography, in the sensitivity of the marks it picks up and reproduces,” Kate told me. ”It can be subtle or in your face. Colour is one of the strongest elements in my work, so stripping my ideas back to black and white, removes my comfort zone… challenging me to consider the range of marks I’m making, and explore them to a much higher degree.” Design created by Kate in north London, September 2021. Risograph printing by Calverts, Bethnal Green, London.

Details

  • One colour risograph print
  • 300gsm Munken Pure Smooth paper
  • Signed, titled and numbered in coloured pencil
  • Limited edition of 25
  • 420mm x 297mm (A3)
  • £55 each (unframed, plus shipping)
£55.00

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