Cut, then print

First-year MFA Photo, Video, and Related Media student TJ Pardy is holding his completed UV-printed and laser-cut image using his original photographic work. The process can seem at first counter-intuitive: the acrylic is first cut to size and then UV-printed; however, the resulting piece is a combination of a perfectly aligned image on a precision-cut mount. The piece was created as part of an assignment in Tak Cheung's "Related Media" class offered through the MFA Photo, Video, and Related Media department.

John HeidaVisible Futures Lab