Cut with the Kitchen Knife Redux
This series takes as its source material stock illustrations of wheels, gears, products, and female figures plucked from early 20th-century magazine advertisements. The title is a reference to the Dada artist Hannah Höch and the visual language she constructed in response to the political corruption, civil unrest, and machine-enabled wars of Europe in the 1920s and 30s.
These vibrant A2-sized prints are risograph printed in fluorescent pink, yellow, and cornflower blue. They are sold both individually (shipped in a mailing tube) or as a set, which includes all three prints and a zine with an essay (shipped flat).