Shoppe ~ Minikin Gallery

A selection of hand-picked gems from our downtown Portland store. Minimum order of $8.

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Intelligent Sentient? Print #11 -- SIGNED cover

Intelligent Sentient? Print #11 -- SIGNED

By Luke Ramsey

Archival pigment print, 100% cotton rag paper, signed, 15"x21"

Reading Frenzy and Minikin Gallery are pleased to offer a selection of fine art prints from Luke Ramsey's graphic novel Intelligent Sentient? (Drawn & Quarterly, 2015), signed by the artist. Only two signed prints per image are available.

Intelligent Sentient? feels like an artifact from another time -- a lost feature in OMNI magazine or the album booklet for a late-1970s Hawkwind record or perhaps a print version of Koyaanisqatsi. Beautiful, detailed filigreed drawings fold in on themselves and blossom out at the reader as time speeds up and contracts. A loose story is told that involves a society of giant people, strange art, and inexplicable scientific experiments utilizing nonexistent technology. Factories and tree houses teem with life, and the city nestles up against a landscape filled with dinosaurs, apes, and dragonflies living peacefully side by side.

Luke Ramsey co-founded the Islands Fold residency, exhibits internationally and works as a freelance illustrator for clients such as The New York Times. His practice includes collaboration, design, public art projects, and detailed freehand drawing. Luke's collaborative mural with Josh Holinaty won a National Urban Design Medal from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Luke currently lives on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada.


$100.00

 
Intelligent Sentient? Print #12 -- SIGNED cover

Intelligent Sentient? Print #12 -- SIGNED

By Luke Ramsey

Archival pigment print, 100% cotton rag paper, signed, 15"x21"

Reading Frenzy and Minikin Gallery are pleased to offer a selection of fine art prints from Luke Ramsey's graphic novel Intelligent Sentient? (Drawn & Quarterly, 2015), signed by the artist. Only two signed prints per image are available.

Intelligent Sentient? feels like an artifact from another time -- a lost feature in OMNI magazine or the album booklet for a late-1970s Hawkwind record or perhaps a print version of Koyaanisqatsi. Beautiful, detailed filigreed drawings fold in on themselves and blossom out at the reader as time speeds up and contracts. A loose story is told that involves a society of giant people, strange art, and inexplicable scientific experiments utilizing nonexistent technology. Factories and tree houses teem with life, and the city nestles up against a landscape filled with dinosaurs, apes, and dragonflies living peacefully side by side.

Luke Ramsey co-founded the Islands Fold residency, exhibits internationally and works as a freelance illustrator for clients such as The New York Times. His practice includes collaboration, design, public art projects, and detailed freehand drawing. Luke's collaborative mural with Josh Holinaty won a National Urban Design Medal from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Luke currently lives on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada.


$100.00

 
Intelligent Sentient? Print #13 -- SIGNED cover

Intelligent Sentient? Print #13 -- SIGNED

By Luke Ramsey

Archival pigment print, 100% cotton rag paper, signed, 15"x21"

Reading Frenzy and Minikin Gallery are pleased to offer a selection of fine art prints from Luke Ramsey's graphic novel Intelligent Sentient? (Drawn & Quarterly, 2015), signed by the artist. Only two signed prints per image are available.

Intelligent Sentient? feels like an artifact from another time -- a lost feature in OMNI magazine or the album booklet for a late-1970s Hawkwind record or perhaps a print version of Koyaanisqatsi. Beautiful, detailed filigreed drawings fold in on themselves and blossom out at the reader as time speeds up and contracts. A loose story is told that involves a society of giant people, strange art, and inexplicable scientific experiments utilizing nonexistent technology. Factories and tree houses teem with life, and the city nestles up against a landscape filled with dinosaurs, apes, and dragonflies living peacefully side by side.

Luke Ramsey co-founded the Islands Fold residency, exhibits internationally and works as a freelance illustrator for clients such as The New York Times. His practice includes collaboration, design, public art projects, and detailed freehand drawing. Luke's collaborative mural with Josh Holinaty won a National Urban Design Medal from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Luke currently lives on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada.

$100.00

 
Arthur Hacket, October 19th, 1919 cover

Arthur Hacket, October 19th, 1919

12"x16"

A few years ago, Chloe Eudaly purchased a 100-year old autograph book from a rare book dealer called Your Hidden Skeleton. The directions were simple -- "Sign your name with full pen of ink, on folded line... Fold Paper while ink is still wet... Be careful to dot the i, and to place the period at the end of the name." --but results were otherwordly, revealing images that look like alien x-rays replete with wings, faces, antennae and other appendages. We've given these "skeletons" a new life, plucking the most compelling examples from their yellowing pages , gently enhancing the images, and creating one-of-a-kind heirloom quality prints that will last another hundred years.

Presumably inspired by the 19th century parlor game, Blotto, these novelty autograph books(there's at least one other version called The Ghosts of My Friends) pre-date the Rorschach Test by several years and involve the very unique element of an individual's own handwriting which lends a layer of meaning and infinite variation to the game

Prints are archival pigment on cotton rag paper, edition of 1

$100.00

 
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, May 4th, 1919 cover

Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, May 4th, 1919

12"x16"

A few years ago, Chloe Eudaly purchased a 100-year old autograph book from a rare book dealer called Your Hidden Skeleton. The directions were simple -- "Sign your name with full pen of ink, on folded line... Fold Paper while ink is still wet... Be careful to dot the i, and to place the period at the end of the name." --but results were otherwordly, revealing images that look like alien x-rays replete with wings, faces, antennae and other appendages. We've given these "skeletons" a new life, plucking the most compelling examples from their yellowing pages , gently enhancing the images, and creating one-of-a-kind heirloom quality prints that will last another hundred years.

Presumably inspired by the 19th century parlor game, Blotto, these novelty autograph books(there's at least one other version called The Ghosts of My Friends) pre-date the Rorschach Test by several years and involve the very unique element of an individual's own handwriting which lends a layer of meaning and infinite variation to the game

Prints are archival pigment on cotton rag paper, edition of 1

$100.00

 
Elizabeth Hartle, March 22nd, 1919 cover

Elizabeth Hartle, March 22nd, 1919

12"x16"

A few years ago, Chloe Eudaly purchased a 100-year old autograph book from a rare book dealer called Your Hidden Skeleton. The directions were simple -- "Sign your name with full pen of ink, on folded line... Fold Paper while ink is still wet... Be careful to dot the i, and to place the period at the end of the name." --but results were otherwordly, revealing images that look like alien x-rays replete with wings, faces, antennae and other appendages. We've given these "skeletons" a new life, plucking the most compelling examples from their yellowing pages , gently enhancing the images, and creating one-of-a-kind heirloom quality prints that will last another hundred years.

Presumably inspired by the 19th century parlor game, Blotto, these novelty autograph books(there's at least one other version called The Ghosts of My Friends) pre-date the Rorschach Test by several years and involve the very unique element of an individual's own handwriting which lends a layer of meaning and infinite variation to the game

Prints are archival pigment on cotton rag paper, edition of 1

$100.00

 
Ella M. Ward, August 10th, 1910 cover

Ella M. Ward, August 10th, 1910

12"x16"

A few years ago, Chloe Eudaly purchased a 100-year old autograph book from a rare book dealer called Your Hidden Skeleton. The directions were simple -- "Sign your name with full pen of ink, on folded line... Fold Paper while ink is still wet... Be careful to dot the i, and to place the period at the end of the name." --but results were otherwordly, revealing images that look like alien x-rays replete with wings, faces, antennae and other appendages. We've given these "skeletons" a new life, plucking the most compelling examples from their yellowing pages , gently enhancing the images, and creating one-of-a-kind heirloom quality prints that will last another hundred years.

Presumably inspired by the 19th century parlor game, Blotto, these novelty autograph books(there's at least one other version called The Ghosts of My Friends) pre-date the Rorschach Test by several years and involve the very unique element of an individual's own handwriting which lends a layer of meaning and infinite variation to the game

Prints are archival pigment on cotton rag paper, edition of 1

$100.00

 
Douglas Fairbanks, 1919 cover

Douglas Fairbanks, 1919

12"x16"

A few years ago, Chloe Eudaly purchased a 100-year old autograph book from a rare book dealer called Your Hidden Skeleton. The directions were simple -- "Sign your name with full pen of ink, on folded line... Fold Paper while ink is still wet... Be careful to dot the i, and to place the period at the end of the name." --but results were otherwordly, revealing images that look like alien x-rays replete with wings, faces, antennae and other appendages. We've given these "skeletons" a new life, plucking the most compelling examples from their yellowing pages , gently enhancing the images, and creating one-of-a-kind heirloom quality prints that will last another hundred years.

Presumably inspired by the 19th century parlor game, Blotto, these novelty autograph books(there's at least one other version called The Ghosts of My Friends) pre-date the Rorschach Test by several years and involve the very unique element of an individual's own handwriting which lends a layer of meaning and infinite variation to the game

Prints are archival pigment on cotton rag paper, edition of 1

$100.00

 
Frances A., 1919 cover

Frances A., 1919

12"x16"

A few years ago, Chloe Eudaly purchased a 100-year old autograph book from a rare book dealer called Your Hidden Skeleton. The directions were simple -- "Sign your name with full pen of ink, on folded line... Fold Paper while ink is still wet... Be careful to dot the i, and to place the period at the end of the name." --but results were otherwordly, revealing images that look like alien x-rays replete with wings, faces, antennae and other appendages. We've given these "skeletons" a new life, plucking the most compelling examples from their yellowing pages , gently enhancing the images, and creating one-of-a-kind heirloom quality prints that will last another hundred years.

Presumably inspired by the 19th century parlor game, Blotto, these novelty autograph books(there's at least one other version called The Ghosts of My Friends) pre-date the Rorschach Test by several years and involve the very unique element of an individual's own handwriting which lends a layer of meaning and infinite variation to the game

Prints are archival pigment on cotton rag paper, edition of 1

$100.00

 
Fortune Gallo, December 11th, 1920 cover

Fortune Gallo, December 11th, 1920

12"x16"

A few years ago, Chloe Eudaly purchased a 100-year old autograph book from a rare book dealer called Your Hidden Skeleton. The directions were simple -- "Sign your name with full pen of ink, on folded line... Fold Paper while ink is still wet... Be careful to dot the i, and to place the period at the end of the name." --but results were otherwordly, revealing images that look like alien x-rays replete with wings, faces, antennae and other appendages. We've given these "skeletons" a new life, plucking the most compelling examples from their yellowing pages , gently enhancing the images, and creating one-of-a-kind heirloom quality prints that will last another hundred years.

Presumably inspired by the 19th century parlor game, Blotto, these novelty autograph books(there's at least one other version called The Ghosts of My Friends) pre-date the Rorschach Test by several years and involve the very unique element of an individual's own handwriting which lends a layer of meaning and infinite variation to the game

Prints are archival pigment on cotton rag paper, edition of 1

$100.00

 
 
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