Geometric: by Daddy

Another great self-initiated print project by design studio Daddy. “Geometic shapes hand carved in wood, printed on Munken Pure.”

Oil Paintings by Theo Altenberg

I’m pretty blown away by these oil paintings by Berlin artist Theo Altenberg. They are so rich with color and I wonder what they look like close-up. Altenberg’s work spans a variety of media including photography, video, painting, drawing, installation and performance work. ~ found via But Does It Float

Daddy: Graphic Design Studio

What a great holiday print by Denmark-based graphic design studio Daddy.

Downtown From Behind: by Bridget Fleming

I came across these photos by Bridget Fleming via the NY Times. The project presents portraits of some of New York’s most creative residents riding on two wheels down each of the approximately 200 streets below 14th Street.

2011 Mociun + Corwin Calendar

I love this print by Lena Corwin and Caitlin Mociun. It’s a limited edition of (50) sized 18″ x 24″, 4 color, and hand screen printed.

Halla Tomasdottir: TED Talk

SO inspiring… Last weekend marked the first-ever TEDWomen conference, dedicated to exploring how women and girls are reshaping the future. This AMAZING talk is from Halla Tomasdottir, an Icelandic businesswoman who got her company Audur Capital through the economic collapse by applying 5 “feminine” values to financial services.

Fold, by Surabhi Saraf

Artist Surabhi Saraf’s recent video FOLD premiered at the Root Division Gallery in San Francisco this past September. The piece is a “multi-channel audio-visual installation (that) presents a visual echo of the present instance: it takes an unexamined moment (like folding laundry) and gives it life.” Some notes by Saraf on her process: “I look […]

Karl Nawrot & Walter Warton

This is an interesting project (completed a while back) by Void Wreck – collaboration by designers Karl Nawrot and Walter Warton. The piece explores infinite variations of pattern with a collection of 150 handmade stamps. ~ Stamps Box (2005 – 2006) “The box contains a collection of 150 rubber stamps. Each stamp consists of a […]

It’s Snowing Upstate

Worked in the studio all day while watching our first snowfall come down consistently through the sun. Nothing stuck to the ground. Maybe tomorrow we’ll wake up to a winter wonderland. There are so many beautiful old stone houses here in the Hudson Valley – I can’t wait to see them all covered in white. […]

Bicycle Drawing Machine

I love this interactive art piece by artist Joseph Griffith. Who wouldn’t want one of these in their own home? ~ found via Swiss Miss

On Line: At the MOMA

~ Ellsworth Kelly (American, born 1923). Brushstrokes Cut into Forty-Nine Squares and Arranged by Chance. 1951 Looking forward to visiting the “On Line” Exhibition at the MOMA this month. “Drawing conventionally has been associated with pen, pencil, and paper, but artists have drawn lines on walls, earth, ceramics, fabric, film, and computer screens, with tools […]


Dana McClure is a Brooklyn-based visual artist & designer working across a variety of disciplines including printmaking, collage, painting, graphic design, & time-based media. This archive is a shared collection of inspiration, work-in-process, & studio updates. { studio site }


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