ALL MY RUBBERSTAMPS This book features every rubberstamp
in my collection, 250 accumulated over 25
From family heirlooms to those made
last month, everything's here. Meticulously stamped
by hand and divided
into classified sections; bought new, secondhand, gifts trades
& swaps. etc,
and with a full-colour section. Two versions; paperback, and a sewn hardback
edition bound in black sheet rubber. Red ink throughout, turquoise for the
Free Product Update all copies can be returned for updating.
1994-1995, 250 copies (220 paperbacks/ 24 hardbacks), 80pgs, 21x15cm,
Only half of the edition was finished in 1994-1995, 22 years later I'm gradually
printing the pages necessary to complete and update the edition! Ready sometime in 2017.
RAY JOHNSON MEMORIAL POSTCARD Since Ray Johnson's death in 1995, I have made an edition of 20
postcards after each time I've been to New York. Flock Dead-eye bunnies on tourist postcards,
rubber stamped on the reverse,
each one is slightly different.
Mark Pawson 2008-16, Signed, numbered and dated.
SIGNATURE RUBBER STAMP POSTCARD 'It's time for a new signature rubber stamp!'
Ever since I saw a signature rubber stamp on the Headmaster's desk at primary school, I
wanted one of my own. I finally got one in 1996, and after nearly 20 years of active service it has
worn out. This postcard shows the blurry time-served original and it's crisp, sharp replacement.
Rubber stamps, on stickers applied to postcards, Gold & Blue or Red & Blue, 2016.
During a lengthy visit to the Tate Modern in 2002, I was struck by the vast amount of
unused space in the turbine hall. Back home I took the gallery plan leaflet and using a
red ink pen and ruler altered the axonometric diagram, extending each of the six floors
across the turbine hall, and in this way more than doubling the floor space.
Ink drawing on 2002 gallery floor plan leaflet, 99 x 210mm - Folded, 484mm x 210mm - Open,
20 copies, signed and numbered, 2015.
PHOTOCOPIER PROPAGANDA PRINTS When I was 16, I somehow managed to get permission to be the only kid in School
to use the photocopier which was in a locked room only accessible to teachers,
haven't looked back since then! These prints boldly celebrate the instant
possible by photocopiers and the creative potential of the photocopying process.
They're designed to be displayed in groups of 3, 6, 9... as shown above.
220 x 274mm, Laserprint on 'Dazzle' fluoro paper, Edition of 48 (6 variants),
signed and numbered on reverse, 2016
more details soon...
WHY DON'T YOU... PRINT
Commissioned by X marks the Bokship, this artwork was displayed on the
Billboard outside Matt's Gallery, Copperfield Road, London E3, between Dec 2105 and Jan 2016.
A3, Digital print, 2016
These will be sent rolled in a poster tube - for additional copies add £2.50 each.