Adam Feibelman, born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is now a San Francisco-based artist best known for his stencil and cut-paper works. Tamarind Master Printer Bill Lagattuta became interested in Feibelman's work on a trip to San Francisco, and invited him to Tamarind to create his first lithographs. During his residency, Feibelman adapted to traditional lithography by using hand-cut paper stencils to make his matrices, which were then printed with subtle tonal shifts to mimic the shadows and depth of the stacked stencils. Feibelman intentionally left the uneven edges of each stencil to reference his layering process.
On his website, Feibelman says, "We live in an ever-changing city sculpture, constantly being shaped, broken down and rebuilt again by countless personal human moments." Through his collaboration with Tamarind printers, Feibelman has reconstructed his visual observations to create yet another perspective on the city landscape.