In order to demonstrate the complexity of creating one of the stenciled posters in the TASS exhibition, the Prints and Drawings department worked with contemporary artist Alexis Petroff to recreate the poster titled The Moralistic Wolf.
But instead of working with an assembly line of individuals, Petroff did all the steps that TASS studio workers would have done himself besides creating the original artwork. The finished poster took many dozens of hours to make and includes approximately 40 colors and a dozen precisely cut stencils. Check out the video above for a more comprehensive look at his incredibly detailed process, putting those color-by-number drawings you did when you were younger to shame.
7 hours 4 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago JourneyMaker makes every visit to the museum a family adventure filled with superheroes, wild creatures, and more. ARTicle takes the new digital interactive for a spin.
13 hours 3 min ago The Art Institute of Chicago The first American retrospective of Moholy-Nagy in nearly 50 years traces the career of a multimedia artist who was always ahead of his time.
See Moholy-Nagy: Future Present at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum through September 7. The show then travels to the Art Institute October 2 before making its way to LACMA Los Angeles County Museum of Art on February 12.
1 day 10 hours ago The Art Institute of Chicago The Chicago Tribune calls the The Modern Chair "a tasty morsel of an exhibition" and hints at more to come.