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Eric Rewitzer

We started 3 Fish Studios in January 2007 because we wanted to create a space where we could make art, hang out, listen to music, and share the joy of our creative pursuits with our friends.

Almost 3 years later, we are still strong believers in the collaborative process of creating and sharing art, and we feel fortunate to be surrounded by the vibrancy of creative people exchanging ideas.

Thank you for visiting our site. We look forward to an opportunity to meet you in person at a class or event soon.  In the meantime, keep visiting us here, and keep dibs on us by reading Eric's blog, and Annie's too.

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Coconut Mike Print

Another cool find from the Renegade Craft Fair a few weeks ago: original artwork from 3 FIsh Studios. The San Francisco duo of Eric Rewitzer and Annie Galvin make some fantastic stuff, including Eric's new Better Together series of linocuts. Featuring black and white robots and icons of modern furniture—together at last!—each limited edition print is handpulled on 11.25 inch by 10.25 inch paper. We liked Coconut Mike, who's ready to make himself comfortable in George Nelson's classic, but there are three more prints to choose from (if Mies' Barcelona or an Eames designed seat plus obligatory bot suits you better).

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Eames Orange Print

We might actually be one of the few Dwell staffers, readers, or random passersby who does not own some kind of incarnation of an Eames chair. We do, however, hold out hope that somehow, some way, someday, our shell will come. In the meantime, we are huge fans of Eric Rewitzer's Mid-Century Modern series of linocuts as a means of expressing our love for the iconic seats we covet. These orange-inked prints come matted and framed at a bargain price, and if you're so inclined we encourage you to click around the 3 Fish Studios site, which has lots of fantastic artwork for sale.

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Womb Chair Linocut

Ah, to have a Womb of one's own. For those who can't afford to curl up in Eero Saarinen's classic easy chair, consider adorning your wall with Eric Rewitzer's black and white linocut; It's the same stylish seat for a fraction of the cost. HIs mid-century modern furniture series offers ten of well-loved designs, suitable for framing. And if you're in the San Francisco area, 3 Fish Studios, which he runs with his equally talented wife Annie Galvin, just announced new dates for their printmaking classes, a very cool way to spend a Saturday afternoon and walk away with a piece of art you made yourself.

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