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Pulled by Mike Perry

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Illustrator Mike Perry has long been a favorite at Dwell (just take a glance at his long list of contributions to the magazine). In his new book, Pulled: A Catalog of Screen Printing, Perry opens the page to other screen artists in this survey of more than 40 contemporary screen printers. Here, we take a peek inside 256-page coffee table topper, out next month.

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  The cover of Perry's new book, Pulled: A Catalog of Screen Printing.
    The cover of Perry's new book, Pulled: A Catalog of Screen Printing.
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  The survey wouldn't be complete without samples of Perry's own work. Here, an art print completed in 2009 and titled Going to the Market, which is indicative of his style.
    The survey wouldn't be complete without samples of Perry's own work. Here, an art print completed in 2009 and titled Going to the Market, which is indicative of his style.
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  Each featured artist is introduced before a selection of his or her work is presented on the following pages. Here, one of the images used in the opener for San Diego-based printer Andrew Holder.
    Each featured artist is introduced before a selection of his or her work is presented on the following pages. Here, one of the images used in the opener for San Diego-based printer Andrew Holder.
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  The clips holding New Mystics, a 2008 poster by Scott Barry, gives the illusion of hung artwork throughout the catalog.
    The clips holding New Mystics, a 2008 poster by Scott Barry, gives the illusion of hung artwork throughout the catalog.
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  This Doombuddy was created by Aesthetic Apparatus, which Perry describes as "Minneapolis's best unknown design team."
    This Doombuddy was created by Aesthetic Apparatus, which Perry describes as "Minneapolis's best unknown design team."
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  Here, an art print by Steven Harrington titled Balance, elements of which are quite similar to Perry's own work.
    Here, an art print by Steven Harrington titled Balance, elements of which are quite similar to Perry's own work.
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  In stark contrast to Harrington or Perry's whimsical work are the photo-based prints of Marque and Anna Wolf.
    In stark contrast to Harrington or Perry's whimsical work are the photo-based prints of Marque and Anna Wolf.
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  Mimicking collage is Scott Massey's Make Ready 1, a five-color print made in 2009.
    Mimicking collage is Scott Massey's Make Ready 1, a five-color print made in 2009.
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  Tossing a little text into this print is Canadian illustrator Luke Ramsey. The poster advertised Ramsey's Be Kind Be Cause exhibition in 2005.
    Tossing a little text into this print is Canadian illustrator Luke Ramsey. The poster advertised Ramsey's Be Kind Be Cause exhibition in 2005.
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  There's little not to love about Gluekit's playful prints. Here, Bricks and Drips. Check out more work by each of these screen printers and the designs of nearly 30 more artists in Pulled, available in May.Don't miss a word of Dwell! Download our  FREE app from iTunes, friend us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter!
    There's little not to love about Gluekit's playful prints. Here, Bricks and Drips. Check out more work by each of these screen printers and the designs of nearly 30 more artists in Pulled, available in May.

    Don't miss a word of Dwell! Download our FREE app from iTunes, friend us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter!

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