Top 55 Prints Quotes

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A lot of my friends were mostly working in black-and-white – people like Lee Friedlander, Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, and others. We would exchange prints with each other, and they were always very supportive of what I was doing.

William Eggleston
We have to remember there is not a big printing press in Washington that continually prints money over and over.

An editor is someone who separates the wheat from the chaff and then prints the chaff.

My style is boho chic. I love that time period – the patterns, the prints, the people, the music, the vibe.

I gravitate toward floral and graphic prints.

Animals come from nature. They were not designed. All my inspiration comes from nature, whether it’s an animal or the layout of bark or of a leaf. Sometimes my patterns are very bold, and you can barely see where they come from, but all the textures and all the prints come out of nature.

I would begin by collecting lithographs and etchings. It’s a way of coming in and benefiting from real quality art. Even younger artists make wonderful prints. Prints can become very valuable. That’s how I began collecting.

I just get the feeling that if Jesse Helms was in charge of art in America, you’d go into a museum and see nothing but prints of dogs playing cards.

I like to wear colors and prints in the summer and play with extravagant accessories.

Clare Henderson creates the most beautiful delicate prints and paintings.

I love mixing prints. The costume designer for ‘Pair of Kings‘ and I have actually incorporated the trend for my character ‘Mikayla.’

In the first gospel, Mark, the risen Christ appears physically to no one, but by the time we come to the last gospel, John, Thomas is invited to feel the nail prints in Christ’s hands and feet and the spear wound in his side.

The name Holly Fulton has become synonymous with daring, bold graphic prints which you just know if you wear you’ll have a brilliant time in.

Matte digital prints are gorgeous, don’t you agree? But the glossy digital prints, I just can’t stand that paper.

I really like collections of things. I love antique botanical prints with a bunch of different weeds and seeds.

I first met Michael Angel when he came to my office with a box of prints and asked me whether I thought he should make dresses from the prints.

I really follow Balmain. I follow designers who make floral prints and bright-colored clothes.

When I first came out, I was wearing full-on traditional Nigerian wear. I got told by a lot of people that I should just tone it down. I only stopped when I realized there’s only so many prints you can wear.

I was born in Seoul, South Korea; then I moved to New York City at the age of seventeen. In New York, I studied art and photography. I thought I would be a painter; then I saw Walker Evans when I was in college, and that had a great impact on me. Being in the darkroom making B&W prints was such a magical experience.

Sung Jin Park
I think that a woman wears so many hats, we have so many aspects to us that we’re not just one thing. We represent so much within us and that kind of comes across for me as a designer through mixing prints and colors.

I use printers to make prints of the images that I am creating. And I try to have that surface kind of replicated in the painting.

I have always been a Peter Blake fan and love street art and graffiti. I really like this street-art collective called Faile. They’re from Brooklyn and make these prints of beautiful women.

The resulting prints of ‘History‘s Shadow‘ make the invisible visible and express through photographic means the shape-shifting nature of time itself and the continuous presence of the past contained within us.

David Maisel
Depending on your figure, you may use clothes and colours to highlight your assets or otherwise. Darker shades always make you look slimmer while bright colours or prints can highlight your figure. Using colours to enhance your look is the easiest and smartest way to play with your figure.

People are often a bit more adventurous with swimming costume prints; they like the idea of something a bit more jolly.

I love the journeys of research and discovery their development takes me on. I see prints as lessdecorativethan many might, and more fundamental to a garment‘s core.

I love ‘Victoria‘s Secret Sportbecause what they do so well is the fit and how it makes you feel. They sculpt all the right parts of your body. Plus, there’s so much to choose from – colors, prints, and cool details. It’s dangerous – you want everything.

I never wear heavy animal prints, because I feel sad for the animals. They look majestic with their striped or printed hide and fur, and when people wear the same, they look horrible and out of place.

I’ve loved Japanese culture for a long, long time, from doing martial arts, to the block prints, to the music. It’s a country that I love, and a culture that I love.

If you want to get an email to Robert Redford, you send it to his assistant, and she prints it out. And then he will write you a letter, which is incredibly rare and incredibly classy. Unfortunately, I can’t be that removed from technology.

A trip to the picture framer’s, with a selection of prints, is the most joyous outing I can imagine. I’ve spent more money on framing than on anything else I own.

My dad came to Korea one time, and then he pulls out a whole bunch of my headshot prints. He’s like, ‘Amber, you need to sign all of this for me because all of my friends want these.’ I guess that’s when I kind of realized I was ‘famous.’

My own interest in art was because of my mother. My father didn’t like contemporary art, so he didn’t give her large sums to spend. So, she began buying prints and drawings. During my school days, I remember sitting in on many of the early meetings.

World War II was a historical event, but also a movie genre, and ‘Furyoccasionally prints the legend. The rest of it is plenty grim and grisly. Audience members may feel like prisoners of war forced to watch a training-torture film.

And friends of mine that had photography class in high school would develop the film and make prints and I’d take them back to the track and give ’em away or try and sell them. Much to my parentsdismay, I majored in photography in college.

I love floral prints for little girls, and I love mixing prints.

I wear only animal socks. I went to Koreatown and got a hundred packs of panda and money prints.

In the work I do, historical elements tend to merge with contemporary forms, such as photo printing on furniture or bold sari prints, to create something unique and memorable.

I would never wear anything with a logo. That I really find difficult. It’s a frustration that I’ll find a nice shirt or something and it’s got 50 prints of the logo on it – why do they do this?

I’m obsessed with cute gym clothes in bright bold prints, so as soon as Mara Hoffman expanded into activewear, I knew my wallet was in danger.

The basic idea behind a paper trail is that you take one of these electronic systems and you augment it with a printer that prints out people’s vote as they vote.

Avi Rubin
There is such an emotional connection between the bride and her wedding dress, whereas in ready-to-wear you may just be focusing on color or prints for that particular season.

Colors and prints are part of my style.

Fashion comes and goes; prints come and go. Proper camo never really goes away.

As for the cartoonists ‘Oily’ prints, they are just artists I admire. I am lucky to be friends with most of them so it was easy to contact them. Some have come to me but mainly they are just folks that I admire.

I love vintage and prints.

I really have to think of myself as a painter first because sculpture came much, much later. As a student at the Art Institute in Chicago, I simply never became involved in sculpture. I did prints, and I did paintings.

I don’t think I have a sense of fashion. But I do have an aesthetic, which I feel is an offshoot of me working in the design industry. For example, if I am mixing and matching prints on my sofas and cushion covers, I tend to do that with my wardrobe as well.

My affinity for beef extends into my home life, so you’ll notice canvas prints of cows, a cowhide rug and prints of Smithfield meat market.

I like to design funky things, and I love to mix prints and patterns together.

I’ve met people with my prints tattooed on them, my face tattooed on them – I have that commitment and love.

I was trying to write an autobiography using prints and patterns that reference emotional, psychological, and personal development in my work, as a person growing up, figuring out who I was. I used fabrics to stand in for occurrences.

Jim Hodges
I’m interested in illustration in all its forms. Not only in books for children but in posters, prints and performance as a way of drawing people into books and stories.

I don’t know why, but I can’t get myself to like animal prints.