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12
October
2016

Terra poster by Kevin Cantrell

posted in Print   Wednesday, 12 October 2016 from A train from Seattle to Portland / United States
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This is the Terra poster designed  by Kevin Cantrell ! You may recognize it as it was used on the front cover of the Walter magazine 1, printed in varnish on black mat paper. I am so happy Kevin design this year edition of the letterpress calendar. Some copies of the poster are available with the rewards on the Kickstarter !  
 
I will let him present the TERRA project : it is inspired by map insurance lettering. The text is taken from the first few verses in genesis on the creation, suggesting the infinite possibilities to create using gruppo cordenons paper. The negative space around terra creates a circle further expressing the concept of earth. Terra is currently being printed in 14 versions: wood laser etching, as well as copper foil, green foil, and brown foil on various papers.
 
Yes, you well read, 14 versions ! Here come the wood one and variations. 
 
Terra poster by Kevin Cantrell via www.mr-cup.Com
 
Terra poster by Kevin Cantrell via www.mr-cup.Com
 
Terra poster by Kevin Cantrell via www.mr-cup.Com
 
Terra poster by Kevin Cantrell via www.mr-cup.Com
 
Terra poster by Kevin Cantrell via www.mr-cup.Com
 
Terra poster by Kevin Cantrell via www.mr-cup.Com
 
Terra poster by Kevin Cantrell via www.mr-cup.Com
 
Terra poster by Kevin Cantrell via www.mr-cup.Com
 
 
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