Jon Langford's Prints

July 25, 2012

Ever the iconoclast, Jon doesn't make prints the way everyone else does. His are digital prints, mounted on 1" plywood, touched up and varnished. What does that mean? Well, here are a couple of pictures.


Here's a side shot. You can see how he's painted the side of the wood black. They're meant to hang that way. The ones hanging a little farther away from the camera are paintings, by the way. It's Jon's intention that they look the same to a casual glance.


Here's the back side of the Cash print, showing title, number, signature and date. 

You'll notice it's an edition of 15 - pretty small. That's the way he likes it.




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