The Human Printer.
CMYK refers to the tiny dots of four inks that are used in most color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black). Most of you probably already knew that—and my many graphic designer friends will probably think less of me for this—but I learned about CMYK just now. Why? Because I wanted to tell you all about The Human Printer.
The people at The Human Printer painstakingly convert whatever image you send them into hand-drawn CMYK. This is not a quick process, but the result is a hazy wonder that looks like the natural evolution of Roy Lichtenstein‘s Pop Art comic book panels. Check them out here.