TODD OLDHAM'S HANDMADE MODERN – CHARLEY HARPER ESSAY

TODD OLDHAM'S HANDMADE MODERN – CHARLEY HARPER ESSAY



TODD TALKS WITH ONE OF HIS FAVORITE ARTISANS CHARLEY HARPER. (2005)

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10 thoughts on “TODD OLDHAM'S HANDMADE MODERN – CHARLEY HARPER ESSAY

  1. I was lucky enough to sit beside Charley at my Great Grandfather's 100th birthday. "Fritz" V. H. Raymond… The man with the silk screen in his basement… Where I developed my first roll of film. He also had patents on silk screening, including the brass plate method.

    Still have some placemat sketchings of Charley's, of what else, but his beloved ladybugs from that party. I feel truly blessed to have known both these men. Charley for his art, and my Pawpaw for his science.

  2. 0:06 "bridges the gap between figurative and realistic painting styles" – What?!? – does the commentator at all know what he is talking about?

    Charlie Harper is pretty awesome, btw.

  3. What a smile – and his art is truly unique … seems like an ideal style for vector images! Thanks for the post.

  4. I'm so glad Charley Harper is getting more exposure. I loved his work as a kid in the 70s, when it was featured in "Ranger Rick" magazines.

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