Much Too Much | Original
'Much Too Much' is an original work by Indiana-based artist Alexander Landerman combining letterpress elements with ink and ink-wash illustrations. He uses a combination of specially developed and traditional techniques to allow the letterpress to weave in and out through the illustrative elements.
Alexander's heart-tugging works capture the quiet beauty of a vast array of animals that may be devoid of life but are nonetheless still worthy of acknowledgement and appreciation.
Dimensions: 760mm (w) x 560mm (h)
Medium: Mixed media - ink, wash, letterpress on Bristol Vellum Sheet
Alexander Landerman utilizes letterpress printing and drawing mediums to explore relationships between humans and animals. Landerman completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2-Dimensional Art at the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, and his Masters of Fine Art in Printmaking at Indiana University.
His work is represented throughout the United States and internationally; he has participated in numerous residency programs such as the Jentel Artist Foundation and the Petrified Forest National Park AiR program. He is currently faculty at Indiana University where he runs the Letterpress Studio and continues to create work combining traditional drawing techniques with emerging digital practices and letterpress printing.