Xavier Antin

Please bare with me while I have a major print-geek moment.

I was happily reminded of the work of Xavier Antin earlier (via swissmiss) – you’ll remember I last posted about his work about six months ago and I’m back today to share his Printing at Home (June 2010) series.

“A series of nine archaic inkjet printers hacking meant to disturb or disrupt the printing process, documented as an overly didactic printing manual.” -from Antin’s website

What do you think? I am quite the fan.


Author: Megan Charland


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