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Hooray! It’s Bookstore Day!

Posted by Jordan Kushins on

It’s going to be a beautiful weekend! The forecast calls for paperbacks, hardbacks, and lots of happy browsing; that’s right, Saturday, May 2nd—that’s today!—is the second annual California Bookstore Day. It’s the perfect opportunity to show support for the small local businesses and offline havens that sell so, so, so many stories—and this year, for the first time, the whole country’s getting in on the action. Indie stores across America are offering limited edition, festive goodies commissioned by names we know and love—Margaret Atwood! Stephen King!—and guess what? 3 Fish Studios, too! Annie and Eric teamed up with San Francisco stalwart Green...

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Meet the King!

Posted by Eric Rewitzer on

Watch Eric's newest print - King Gidorrah - as it is being pulled in the studio.   Archival digital copies available here for $50.00.

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Ginkgo Monotype Printmaking

Posted by Eric Rewitzer on

Every spring I gather ginkgo leaves from around the neighborhood and make a series of monoprints from them.  This year was no exception, and I had a great few days in the studio making these prints, experimenting with several new colors.  There are some surprises here.   Here is my step-by-step methods for making these prints. First, I ink up a plate of plexiglass.  I file down the edges so it does not cut the felts on my etching press. I lay the inked plate on the press bed.  The template underneath gives me proper registration for the paper to the...

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