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Onefoot Infront

Quantity Produced

6 prints, 75 copies of each

Production Cost


Production Time

3 months

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

12 in × 8 in

Page Count

Paper Stock

French whitewash

Number of Colors

4 spot inks: 2 reds and 2 browns





Created by illustrator Keegan Wenkman as an affordable product in his recent exhibition in Minneapolis, these prints needed as much work on the back end as they did on the front end.

The printing went great and took two days. The color separations, on the other hand, took about three months as Joe and Wes had to completely recreate every pen line and brush stroke in PS. I usually do my own separations but this time when they sent me the file for approval and I couldn’t figure how they did it, since they used stochastic dots instead of a halftone to get a more meaty color and better representation of the original art.

It is interesting to see how a process we are used to seeing at a lower “resolution” can work under different parameters.

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Onefoot Infront: Keegan Wenkman



Color separations: Joseph Belk and Wes Winship Burlesque of North America
Printing: Ben Lafond at Burlesque of North America

This post was published in the original layout of FPO so all images are smaller. Project descriptions as well as production lessons are quoted in the main content area.

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Bryony Gomez-Palacio

Editor of FPO and co-founder of UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

June 9, 2010


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