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May 12, 2010

I've fallen in love.

With a medium.

I'm referring to silkscreening. Not some girlfriend who has connections with dead spirits that I've met at Oberlin. Really, who do you think I am?

But yes, I've admittedly spent a whole lot of time in the silkscreening studio making posters for organizations and events around campus. And, well, I figure some people reading this blog would like to see some of the work I've done... right?

I've stressed this enough throughout my blog posts, but I really, really enjoy silkscreening. In fact, I'll be interning at a silkscreening studio over the summer! The studio, named the Bread and Butter Collective, is a new, small silkscreening studio located in Queens, NY that was started last year by a group of Oberlin students and alums. Neat, eh?

Also, another goodie: Here's a video of Sarah, David and me in Chicago over spring break. Specifically, it's a video of Sarah and me getting a piercing and a tattoo respectively. Not really relevant to anything Oberlin, other than the fact that we are all Oberlin students.

Finally, I updated my website! www.karlorozco.com. This time, it should (hopefully) work across all browsers and platforms. Hurrah!

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Responses to this Entry

Karl, your link is all crazy! and those posters are absolutely positively undeniably gorgeous.

Posted by: Rachel on May 13, 2010 12:38 AM

I really like the use of lines in the Dandelion Romp poster. Plus the Pimp My Bike Ride is just awesome! Good work.

Posted by: Bill on May 13, 2010 6:56 PM

babe-- it's funny cause it says "The Studio's called Here's a link to a video of Sarah, David, and me...."

also, you are so wonderfully talented, wifey.

Posted by: Sarah on May 18, 2010 10:07 PM

Thanks for the heads up. I finally figured out what was wrong. Grr... HTML...

Posted by: Karl on May 20, 2010 2:19 AM

Hey Karl,

You're famous...congrats on the NY Times appearance! Know that your blog entry on the whole t-shirt design process was greatly enjoyed. I'll look forward to checking out the designs at the bookstore when I'm in town for commencement next weekend :)

Yitka, '09

Posted by: Yitka on May 23, 2010 12:03 PM

Your stuff is sooo good! I'm a prospective student, and I'm really curious about studio art at Oberlin. Do you think Oberlin is the best liberal arts college to study studio art?

Posted by: Nikki on October 31, 2010 3:18 PM

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