Justin Miller: You Don't Belong to This Century
For the past five years International House has presented selections from the Janus Collection series, screening some of the greatest art-house films of the past 100 years. The collection features films directed by some of the most renowned directors of all-time: Akira Kurosawa, Louis Malle, Jean-Luc Godard, and Michelangelo Antonioni, among others. You Don’t Belong to this Century draws inspiration from these films, all of which have screened at IHP, to create new works. This series of hand pulled screen prints have been created by designer and printmaker, Justin Miller of Haunt Love Print and Design Co. and IHP’s own in-house graphic designer.
Miller has been screen printing for nearly 10 years, creating film-themed prints for groups like Exhumed Films, International House Philadelphia, The Colonial Theatre, and The Brattle Theatre. Taking his influence from his punk DIY roots to the Polish and Czech poster arts of the ‘60s and ‘70s, Justin uses a combination of hand-drawn elements and images cut and manipulated on photocopiers to create his own style of half-tone textured beauty.
This exhibit will be on view through the end of March 2015, in IHP’s East Alcove on the Main Level.