* Stukenborg

Posted on March 9th, 2010 by maitreya. Filed under Art.

I’m in love with these letterpress prints from Stukenborg.  They’re ingeniously done with hundreds of dice.  I love all the different patterns you could create with the dice, and how it took me a minute to figure out what they were.  They are so graphic.



2 Responses to “Stukenborg”

  1. Grankhan Says:

    I´ve seen your lovely work and I thought maybe you´d like a thread organizer, check this ;)

  2. Karen Says:

    Oh, that’s super awesome. I wouldn’t have got it without the clue. If you didn’t want to do letterpress, you could just find a bunch of old dice and make a 3D version. Cool!


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