Ajit Chauhan Plaid Set 5
by Ajit Chauhan
Barf: "They’ve gone to plaid!
Little Paper Planes is pleased to introduce our first May 2012 artist, Ajit Chauhan, and to offer a collection of Plaid Prints. They are all one of a kind though within an edition of 70. Each plaid is unique and created by Ajit Chauhan.
Semantic saturation is the term for the point at which a repeated word loses its familiarity and turns in to a surprising, alien sound. San Francisco artist Ajit Chauhan examines objects and processes with such thoroughness that a similar visual saturation gradually gives way to seeing anew. In Chauhan’s work, reiteration appears to spring out of pattern, but reveals itself as a process of understanding and study. Little Paper Planes is pleased to present an exclusive series of prints by Chauhan. Barf: "They’ve gone to plaid!” includes 70 unique prints of plaids designed by the artist.
These prints are 12 x 12" and are offered individually. They are printed with Epson Ultra Chrome archival inks on white record sleeves. (Only one side is printed) Each sleeve also comes with an 8.5 x 11in print which has a the "circle plaid" printed on it as part of the process when the record sleeve is printed. It has the same ink but is printed on 90lb Bright White Lazer Paper. Each Circle Print is hand numbered, in an edition of 70, along with Ajit’s signature printed in the border. The Plaid Prints come in a plastic sleeve. This collection is exclusive to Little Paper Planes.
**The numbers go in order from top to bottom. The last image shows what it looks like printed with record cover.
To read his interview: