Drinkin’ with Cyclops (Silver Mirror Edition), Mark Mothersbaugh, 5 color silk screen print, 36 x 24 inches, edition of 80.
ARTIST: Mark Mothersbaugh
MEDIUM: 4-color serigraph (Silkscreen) on silver mirrored paper, includes metallic & glow in the dark ink
SIZE: 36 x 24 inches
EDITION: Signed & Numbered Edition of 20
There is another edition of this print, limited to a signed and numbered edition of 80, available for $50 USD each: here
NOWhere Limited recently got together with D&L Screenprinting, one of the most amazing printmaking studios out there, to produce a limited edition serigraph by Mark Mothersbaugh. ‘Drinkin’ with Cyclops’ by Mark Mothersbaugh is a limited edition of 80 prints, signed and numbered by the artist. This silkscreen features metallic ink, intricate design elements and glows in the dark. Check out production photos from D&L on Look Into My Owl.
Mark signs and numbers the edition. (Photo by J. Brewton.)
A close-up of the print glowing in the dark.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Mark Mothersbaugh, well-known as a founding member of the innovative band DEVO, has been creating artwork in many forms for more than 3 decades. His love of visual art began in childhood, just after it was discovered that he was extremely nearsighted and legally blind. His first correctional glasses offered the young Mothersbaugh a new view of the world, fueling a lifelong infatuation with imagery and illustrations.
Mark’s recent visual artwork has been largely inspired by his 30-year habit of creating handmade postcards to send to friends from various stops on DEVO tours. This obsession has evolved into a visual diary that currently yields the artist 1-25 new images per day. These images have served as the basis for the artist’s critically acclaimed solo shows of the ’80s/’90s as well as for his “gallery tours” which have been occurring at art venues throughout the globe since 2003.
With DEVO, Mothersbaugh’s most recognized music project, the artist showcases his artistic abilities to millions of fans. Through their films, videos, costumes, LP covers, stage shows, and printed materials, Mark Mothersbaugh and DEVO forever altered commonly held preconceptions of how a rock band can function in popular culture.
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