King Crimson Print Collection by Tony Levin

Special Edition Box Collection of King Crimson Photogravure Prints by Tony Levin

Tony Levin has a new collection of prints made in collaboration with Jon Lybrook, lead printmaker at Intaglio Editions:

Bass Legend and Photographer Tony Levin’s King Crimson Print Collection Available for Pre-Orders, Shipping Early 2022

ASHEVILLE, NC, USA, November 12, 2021 — • Eight stunning, limited-edition prints spanning Tony Levin’s work with King Crimson since the early 1980s
• Every print is signed, numbered, and certified by Intaglio Editions LLC
• Prints are made by contemporary photogravure printmaker, Jon Lybrook
• Available as individual prints or in a limited-edition, custom-crafted clamshell print collection box
• The first public orders are assigned print numbers 11-50 out of 500 prints total in each edition
• Pre-orders are now being accepted at TonyLevinPrints.com

https://www.wrde.com/story/45185622/king-crimson-print-collection-by-tony-levin-available-for-pre-orders-shipping-early-2022

On Attention

I have been on something of a hiatus from my own artwork while developing my businesses in polymer photogravure printmaking, web software development and video social media marketing.  I hear about artists taking extended breaks from art to work on life issues and it seems I reached that point some time ago and never realized it.

Whether improving artistic skills or developing a business, the approach is the same.  Set a course with a destination in mind, but see where it leads.  How you get there fundamentally involves what you know, and how well you pay attention.

Jon Lybrook

Printmaking is all about paying attention.

Whether we are focusing it for the pay, personal work, or pleasure, the quality of our attention is our single-most important and unique gift. Our quality of attention reflects our essence, showing what we know, what we value, and who we are.  

Why do some people make $20 per hour and others make $20,000 per hour? One could argue it was the quality of their attention is the only difference. In the real world people command top dollar for who they know as much as what they know in some cases. The power to get and hold people’s attention is the power to do anything, in effect.

In this internet-savvy world of automated processing of communication, having an individual with experience who will listen to you and provide their perspective is becoming more rare. Face-to-face attention still desired over all other forms of communication when the stakes are high. It is the very reason the airline industry is still in business.

What makes it really great is when you are such an expert at what you do and so well-respected that others want to give their best back to you in return all the time.  If attention is the currency, respect is the end-product.

So in that respect, I thank you for your attention!

Jon Lybrook, April 24, 2017.