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'Paddock Glyphs and Moon' (2011) by Pakistan-born, Canberra-based artist G.W. Bot. linocut on Magnani paper, edition 25, 100 x 70 cm. via Australian Galleries

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Brenda Holzke

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Laura Wait Codices Palimpestus I

mark making watercolour print Cécile Dachary

Cecile Dachary : Erin Louise

+ sophie munns : visual eclectica + : Mark-making at Bunya

+ sophie munns : visual eclectica + : Mark-making at Bunya

Cy Twombly

Cy Twombly | Gallery 1

Torsten Kolle - Dialog II Nicolaus Cusanus 1997 Verschiedene Materialien, Collage, 56 x 76 cm

Agustin Pizarro Maire oldcastle by AmbarDG, via Flickr

The brand icons and logotypes were often appearing in Medieval paintings and Renaissance period and played an important role in the largely illiterate society. The logos were used extensively to distinguish products and manufacturers. Artists especially used their logo in the work as a means of building reputation and getting employed. Logo of Albrecht D�rer is a good example. He was an artist, printmaker and theorist from 16th century Germany.

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scrittura Grigio # 3 24" x 36" Encaustic Mixed Media

saturday morning 2 22w x 30h • mixed media on paper

jason craighead: works on paper

Vanessa Oter ~ Motherhood Series

Tibetan Buddhism mantras. Mani, Pani, & Manjushuri.