Top:  Our client Nicole Chesney, was featured in the New Glass Review 35, shown above on the left side pages. She was one of 100 artists/companies chosen out of 930 to be included in this review! Go Nicole! We worked closely with Nicole for over a year to complete her project for MassArt, top right, left page. What a great experience!

Bottom: Nicole is on a roll! She also has a 3-spread article in the summer edition of Glass: The Urban Glass Quarterly!! The article includes her MassArt and 7 World Trade Center, NY projects, both of which we worked on closely with Nicole! Wooo! 

Nice work Nicole!

Paper Cuts is a curated print and fabrication project created by iolabs  featuring selected works by a variety of artists. The project serves as a vehicle to connect with the creative community to share fresh and innovative ways to execute printed editions, as well as exhibition and display options.

The process begins with a call for submissions, followed by iolabs’ family of artists and professionals selecting an image to feature for a specific project.

This spring of 2014, Paper Cuts is happy to announce our latest edition in collaboration with local artist Becca Stadtlander.

Becca’s dreamy illustrations, infused with the magic of the twilight hour, are printed with Ultrachrome inks on Belgian Linen and hung with natural string and stained wood dowels that beautifully complement the peaceful woodland atmosphere of her nightscapes. The prints are available individually or as a full set, measuring 16 x 10.5” or 24 x 18”. They can be purchased here.

Becca’s deeply colored and richly patterned compositions have been featured in The Saturday Evening Post, The San Francisco Chronicle, and O, The Oprah Magazine, to list a few, and her clients include Brown Publishing, Penguin, Random House, HarperCollins, and many more. Becca moved to New England in 2012 and currently seeks new inspiration for her artwork in Newport, Rhode Island, where she lives and freelances. See more of Becca’s work here.

iolabs has yet another busy Thursday night ahead of them!

First stop, the Art New England Museums Edition Reception at Slater Mill in Pawtucket, RI. Slater Mill will be hosting a celebration for Art New England’s May/June 2014 issue, featuring “Focus On: Rhode Island!” and guess who is part of that feature?! Yep, iolabs!

Next Up, the RISD Graduate Thesis Exhibition at the RI Convention Center! Head on over to the show anytime tonight between 6pm + 8pm and if you’re lucky, you may run into us! If not, at least you get to see some pretty great work!

Last but not Least, Elaine Dickson, one of iolabs local clients has a solo-show, Reflections from my Garden: A Macro Exhibition, at Krause Gallery in Providence! Head on over tonight for the opening reception from 5pm-9pm and check out her beautiful prints!

@iolabs at Candita Clayton Gallery last night checking out the work we produced for artist Eric Auger! Phill is standing proudly in front of a large custom Aluminum Print, which he did all the finish work for!  
Candita Clayton Gallery + Eric J Auger Photography

@iolabs at Candita Clayton Gallery last night checking out the work we produced for artist Eric Auger! Phill is standing proudly in front of a large custom Aluminum Print, which he did all the finish work for!  

Candita Clayton Gallery + Eric J Auger Photography

Last night iolabs headed to The Hope Artiste Village to celebrate the opening of Nicole Chesney’s brand spankin’ new studio! What a beauty!

Nicole has been a client of ours for many years and we couldn’t be happier for her and her new space, she has earned it!

Check out Nicole’s work on her website or to see her paintings in person (which is a must!) head on over the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, MA - a few of her pieces are in their permanent collection!  

Nicole is also represented by Gallery NAGA in Boston, where she will have a solo-exhibit later this year.

iolabs headed to the opening reception of Surprising Realities, the art of science at Providence College last night, what a fun show!

For this exhibit we worked closely with Gallery Curator, Sara Young, to produce many of the pieces on display - showing off a wide range of all the materials that we can print on, from fabric and wall coverings, to aluminum and plexiglass face-mounts!  The show was great and the scientific theme carried itself from the artwork on the walls, to projections on the ceiling, objects on the tables, and even to the wine glasses (yep, we got to drink wine out of glass beakers!)

If you are in the area, I highly recommend checking out this exhibit, whether you are a science buff or not! The exhibit will be on view until March 20th at the Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery at Providence College.


We are thrilled to announce Shana Ely Frase’s Trees for this holiday editon of paper cuts!

The dreamy and energetic watercolor printed on hand-sanded aluminum creates a unique contrast that captures the full spectrum of the holiday season, and is sure to keep giving all year long!

The artwork is printed on a 10 x 20-inch aluminum sheet with lacquered, satin finish and mounted with a ready-to-hang bracket that floats the piece 1-inch from the wall. Archival prints on Hahnemuhle German Etching paper are also available for purchase.

Get this vibrant artwork here.

**While you are there, explore our new spiffy paper cuts shop for more great artwork!

Have an old Polaroid from the 1970’s? 

Bring it to iolabs and we can reproduce it on Wood Veneer to give it a unique, modern feel. (While of course retaining that soft, magical Polaroid tone!) - This wood veneer print was then mounted to one of our Custom Panel Boxes with an Ebony Wood Dye stain to make those darker tones pop!

*Polaroid By John Young from 1975

Gallerie Wrapped Canvases!

Top: 18” x 24” Black and White Photography by iolabs’ very own Beth Enko!

Bottom: 50” x 50” Wood Assemblage Reproduction by Morris Nathanson Design!

Eric J Auger’s iPhone photographs printed on Metallic Pearl Paper and Mounted to White Gloss Panel Boxes!

Who says iPhone images can’t make high quality artwork?! Not Eric Auger…and definitely not iolabs!

Check these bad boys out in real life at Flipp Salon in Providence, RI, on view till December 6th!