• Ticha_6xblau_rot_matchpoint

    Match Point

  • Ticha_6xblau_rot_netzwerker

    Netzwerker

  • Ticha_6xblau_rot_showgirl

    Showgirl

  • Ticha_korsett_rotenummer

    Schnürleib II

  • Ticha_rufmichan_vertikal

    Schnürstiefel II

  • Ticha_rufmichan

    Dompteuse II

  • Ticha_6xblau_rot_tango

    Tango

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    Top-Favoriten

  • Ticha_6xblau_rot_vorsicht_radf

    Vorsicht, Radfahrer

Hans Ticha

Posted by James Cartwright,

Most days of the week we sit squarely on the fence when the digital/analogue debate raises its ugly head. But on days like today when confronted with the woodblocks of a stalwart of traditional printing like Hans Ticha (he’s clearly not comfortable with a digital camera either – there’s definitely some camera flash visible in these images) it’s easy to get swept away with the romantic notion of smashing our beautiful MacBooks to pieces and setting up a print studio fashioned entirely from wood. And who can blame us, with work like this coming direct from the artist’s own hand you wonder how computers ever got a foot in the door of the creative industry.

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Posted by James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and is now one of our two editors. He oversees Printed Pages magazine and content wise has a special interest in graphic design and illustration. He also runs our online shop Company of Parrots and is a regular on our Studio Audience podcast.