John Fellows

I’m loving these layered, textural art pieces by John Fellows. My favorite has to be the Where the Wild Things Are-inspired piece (last image), but the details of each one are really beautiful. I’ll let him describe the process: “Each are an original, one-off linoleum carving. They are printed around 8 times or so on different found paper, fully cut apart and reglued back together to get the final piece. All the ‘color’ you see is the actual tone of the paper the carving was printed on.”

The Open Road — A piece celebrating the Fourth of July and road trips

The Mountains are Calling — An ode to mountains

Max Goes Home — a “Where the Wild Things” Are inspired piece

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