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Bryan Nash Gill creates beautiful, detailed prints of woodcuts—cross sections through trees. Various species are represented: oak, maple, locust, ash, cedar, and more, revealing the unique beauty of each tree, including its history and defining characteristics, prints of dimensional lumber, and images of the wood blocks used to create the prints. Woodcut includes an account of the process, including how the artist acquires the trees, how he prepares the wood for printing, and how he transfers the details of each cut to paper.
Princeton Architectural Press
Since 1981, Princeton Architectural Press has built its foundation on smart and beautiful reading material that evokes wonder and curiosity about the world around us. Founded by Kevin Lippert, the New York City-based publishing house has released over 1000 titles that highlight emerging talents in architecture, design, photography, landscape, and visual culture.