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Marissa L. Swinghammer
United States
Current Residence: Boston, MA
Favourite genre of music: post-punk
Favourite photographer: Diane Arbus
Favourite style of art: woodblock printmaking
Operating System: OSX
MP3 player of choice: iPod Nano and shuffle
Favourite cartoon character: Cow (from Cow and Chicken)
Personal Quote: find something you love and do it every day
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In honor of one of my biggest inspirations, who my work was compared to in a positive way recently I am having a sale on all my portraits of women.

15% off any of my pieces that have women in them from now until Sunday only. Please put "Klimpt" in the notes to seller and wait for a revised invoice.

In honor of my favorite season throughout the month of October I am having a sale.

15% off any pieces with Fall or Autumn in the title until the end of October. Please put "Fall" in the notes to seller and wait for a revised invoice.

*please not that these discounts do not stack to combine, one or the other on pieces that apply only
  • Listening to: Sufjan Stevens
  • Reading: The Screwtape Letters
  • Playing: Spore
  • Drinking: water

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StefaniaRusso Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Hy!!
You're the new Deviant Of The Week! :rose:
I featured some of your amazing works in my journal... Check it: [link]

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artritismask Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2008
I like you work. its fantastic.
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Plumkari Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2008   Traditional Artist
your prints are captivating.
do you look at ancient japanese prints often?
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Ikioi Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2007
Sorry for taking time out of your schedule. I'm a student at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in Minneapolis, MN. In my Graphic Design 1 course we've been assigned to create a booklet documenting and recreating various ages of design, one of which is old type (and it must be in a foreign language). To do so, we are to take images and text from contacts with other people around the world. I have taken it upon myself to study Japanese typography. Considering wood block printing survived the Japanese movable type revolution of the 1640's and was used in tandem with it I thought it would be rather important to include a work or two in that genre.

In short, your piece "Firey Ginkgos" fits what I need perfectly. It's the same color scheme I've been working with, it's really close to what the original woodblocks looked like, and it's a beautiful piece of print-work. I would greatly appreciate it if I could use that image in my project. You would, of course, be credited. The exact copyright information currently under your piece on this site would go directly under the picture in clearly legible type. This is not a book that will be published, 2 copies will be made (one for my professor, and one for myself), so I will be making no money off of your design and it is for purely educational purposes.

Thanks for your time,
Mitchell Lewis
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mLeeFineArt Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008
I'm so sorry that I missed your comment. I was busy with my new baby and haven't logged onto Deviant art in nearly two years.
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Ikioi Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2008
Haha, no worries, a late response is better than none at all. Welcome back ^_^
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slartibartfast42 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2007
Gorgeous gallery; I love your style! :)
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neurasthenia Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2007
:wave:
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gooberbrain Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2007
Wow!
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lennycroaker Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2006
Nice cuts. do you use wood or linoleum?
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