Daniel Eatock - Pens Paper
|out of print
British artist and designer Daniel Eatock creates concept-driven pieces that explore the recording of actions. For twenty years he has repurposed the conventional tools of graphic design – coloured felt-tip pens and white paper – to produce his most distinctive work. Working in series, Eatock rests the nibs of pens on stacks of paper, which over time produces abstract, organic sequences that range from bright dots to bleeding pools of intense colour. By devising mechanisms to systematically create art, he controls the execution but embraces chance in an experimental approach. With an essay by Andrew Blauvelt, this fine book is the first dedicated survey of Eatock’s felt-tip prints.
|306 p, ills colour, 15 x 22 cm, hb, English