Justin Myer Staller
printed with Akua Intaglio Ink
“Marge” Twenty plates inked (bigger)
and reassembled into the full image.
“Bridge St.” Seven plates
assembled on the press bed.
Justin Myer Staller is a printmaker living in Philadelphia. He is an adjunct professor of printmaking at Arcadia University and is a member of Space 1026. Justin completed his BA from Penn State University and his MFA from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Information retrieved from: Akua
This is a really interesting technique to work with, particularly in a self portrait when talking about a fragmented identity. It might be interesting to do some experiments in this style with c-printing from a single negative onto multiple pieces of paper. I think I have some 8×10 left from last semester that I could work with if I shot a roll. Something to consider.