Lane Sell (b. 1984, St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands) is founder, owner and master printer of Shoestring Press where he works with artists and instructs classes in a variety of print mediums. His monumental silkscreen print works are often created from body prints, archival images, text and found objects, and often call for the participation of the audience. He is a graduate of Columbia University, where he studied Classics and Visual Art. In 2013 and 2014, his work won grants from the Brooklyn Arts Council.
See 75-Foot Riot, a monumental silkscreen printed installation, on view during Bushwick Open Studios from September 30 - October 2, 2016.
This website is under construction. In the meantime, visit the Shoestring Press website for examples of Lane Sell's master printer work, and Shoestring Press on Facebook for albums of past work.