Toronto-based Marta Ryczko is a multi-disciplinary artist and designer. She does not limit herself to a specific type of media or format; rather, she likes to explore the possibilities of using different materials and techniques. In 2012 she initiated a design-a-day project to last 1000 days.
Ryczko graduated from OCAD University in 2012 and has exhibited work in shows at 1313 Gallery (2013), Cooper Cole Gallery (2012), and Hotshot Gallery (2010) in Toronto, and Spins and Needles in Ottawa (2014), among others.
image: Alien/Recognition (Sam), series of paired photographs, edition of 3. Archival digital print on Epson Premium Luster. 2011.
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Rivet Issue 2, 2012. 2-colour risograph , European loop saddle-stitch . 4.5 x 7.5 inches. Edition of 100.
Fragmentation, 2014. Screenprint on 140 lb paper.
Cut, Drag & Paste, 2013. 4 x 5 inches. 24 pages.
Unexpected Results, 2012. Ten hand-printed posters and handbills, two process books, and a manifesto.
Spirits, 2012. Screenprint on adhesive vinyl. 1 x 2 inches.
Strange Planes . 2012. 7 x 7 inches, 12 pages.
Lunatic, 2013. 6 x 6 inches, 20 pages .
Alien/Recognition (Sam) series of paired photographs, 2011/2014. Archival digital print on Epson Premium Luster. Edition of 3.