sérigraphie cinqunquatre screenprint art

posted by the scholar on October 13th, 2008
filed under: art, artists, mixed media

I need to show you one more peek of what I saw at the Renegade show last month, and then I’ll stop for a while. I love LOVE all the inventive, urbane silkscreen work that the French Canadian team of Alice Jarry and Jason Cantoro do for their design and printmaking company, Sérigraphie Cinqunquatre. The motifs of Alice and Jason are a bit different but their bold styles, high levels of technical skill and unconventional points of view converge seamlessly into quite the formidable collection. The edgy, heavily textured pieces are rough, multilayered and extremely handmade, and their unique style translates directly into unusual print sizes too: from the odd 8″ x 22 1/2″ all the way up to a grand 4′ x 4′ (mounted on wood).








Did I mention that I love this collection? I’ve got 2 pieces right now and look forward to having a few more adorn my walls…

See all of Alice and Jason’s truly wonderful work at their website, where I am really enjoying practicing my reading in French (there is an English version too). If you are lucky enough to be in New York or Chicago, you can view select works in person at the Glowlab and AllRise galleries, respectively.

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3 Responses to “sérigraphie cinqunquatre screenprint art”

  1. sosser Says:

    i got stuck in their booth at renegade last year pawing thru the piles of gorgeous prints! i love their stuff. i think i left a few drool stains…

  2. Andrea Says:

    I like this grungy, edgy style. It’s refreshing to see something *not* character-based, linear and rejuvenile.

  3. the scholar Says:

    agreed, sosser and andrea. they rule.

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