Autumn 2006

Jack Toolin
Three Color Lithograph with Intaglio and Inkjet Chine Collé

"Offering for the Free Market"
artist's proof with custom intaglio wipe

Jack Toolin is an interdisciplinary artist who works independently and with the new media group C5. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, highlights include: San Francisco Camerawork; Foxy Production, New York, NY; the Museo Nacional de Bellas Arte, Buenos Aires, Argentina; The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (the Artport and the 2002 Whitney Biennial).

His personal work addresses the effects of global economics on society and the individual – this is the central theme in “Offering for the Free Market.”

Toolin has a BFA from Ohio University and an MFA from San Jose State University.

Print Specifications:
Print Media: Polyester plate lithography, solar plate intaglio, digital pigment print chine collé
Inks: Daniel Smith Lithographic, Graphic Chemical Etching, Epson UltraChrome pigment
Substrate: Rives BFK, 22.5" x 17", Hiromi Shikoku White Japanese Digital
Edition: Edition of seven, signed 1/7 through 7/7
Artist Proofs: 2