Alexander Landerman utilizes letterpress printing and drawing mediums to explore relationships between humans and animals. He is a lecturer in graphic design at Indiana University, where he runs the Letterpress Studio and continues to create work combining traditional drawing techniques with emerging digital practices and letterpress printing.
His work is represented throughout the United States and internationally; he has participated in numerous residency programs such as the Jentel Artist Foundation and the Petrified Forest National Park AiR program.
Landerman completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts in two-dimensional art at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and his Master of Fine Art in printmaking at Indiana University.
Areas of Expertise
Letterpress, wood type, metal type, printing presses, Vandercook printing presses, proofing presses, movable type, movable wood type, illustration, drafting, drawing, ink, letterpress printing.