Plastic Erotica limited numbered letterpressed print by photographer Sid Ceaser

Plastic Erotica limited numbered letterpressed print by photographer Sid Ceaser



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epson archival printers, epson archival pigmented inks, epson archival paper


About "Plastic Erotica": Explores the grace and sensuality of the female figure through the plastic toy medium.

The celebration of line and form juxtaposed with the raw sexuality that the manufacturer of these toys means to portray in their various states of manufactured undress. While meant to express a sexual ideal, there is a tangible feeling of light and beauty from these bits of molded plastic.


To commemorate the "Plastic Erotica" series by photographer Sid Ceaser, a special limited edition 8x10" print has been created with the cooperation of Manchester NH based Inkprint Letterpress.

This special print, featuring an image from the Plastic Erotica series features the Plastic Erotica logo letter-pressed onto the digital pigmented print, across the center portion of the image, very much like the exhibition postcard announcements.

This print was printed on an Epson 4000 professional pigmented archival inkjet printer using Epson's Enhanced Matte archival paper.

Each print is individually numbered and signed by photographer Sid Ceaser.

This print is an edition of 25. Once the edition has been sold, no reprints will be made. 25 unique numbered photographic prints with letter-pressed logo to celebrate the unveiling of the Plastic Erotica series by photographer Sid Ceaser.

Actual print size is 8.5 x 5.75" on 8.5 x 11" paper

For more information about the Plastic Erotica exhibition, visit:


a shipping/Handling price of $10.00 for prints will be mailed USPS Priority Mail within the continental United States.

I accept PayPal, personal or business check, Money Orders and Credit Card payments (through PayPal). If local to my studio in Nashua NH, local pickup is available. Please email me before placing a purchase.

Image number will ship in the order as purchased, starting with #1. Act fast if you want to ensure a low number.


Sid Ceaser, active since his days as a student at the New Hampshire Institute of Art, first won recognition for his black & white photography and new media work in 1999. Since graduating in 2004 with a BFA, Sid focuses on providing portraiture for area musicians, bands, models, and corporate clients from his 4th-floor studio at the arts-centered Picker Building in downtown Nashua, New Hampshire as well as his fine art work of portraits of small “anime” toys.

As an impassioned supporter of local public art, Sid served as the City Arts Nashua Executive Director from 2006-2007, organizing Art Walk Nashua, and co-organizing two art events to benefit the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Habitat for Humanity in 2006 and 2009. He currently participates in the annual Art Walk Nashua as a resident of the Picker Building community, and has been represented by McGowan Fine Art since 2003 and the NKGallery in 2012. His fine art work has been seen in exhibitions throughout the Northeast.

Of his fine art work, Sid says “I am fascinated by the human form. Be it real, or tiny plastic sculptures and toys built to look like humans. I find people, and portraits of people, my favorite subjects. I spend my time working on bettering my craft of portrait photography. When I'm not photographing real people, I turn my camera on small scale models, mimicking real people’s movements and glances.”

An active contributor to the local photography community, Sid organizes day-long meetups for local members of the international hobbyist group Strobist. He teaches his “Portable Portrait” workshops through his studio and as an adjunct instructor at the NH Institute of Art. Additionally, Sid hosts expert classes bringing more nationally recognized teachers and professional learning opportunities to Southern NH photographers. Sid participates enthusiastically in online social media platforms to promote the act of creation, regardless of medium. He authors a blog and co-hosts a podcast, where he discusses the challenges of being a full-time photographer and promotes the inspiring work of other area artists. He shoots behind-the-scenes video for many of his group photo sessions to give people an idea of what’s possible, and makes them available for viewing on YouTube and Facebook. His imagery is widely accessible on popular Web 2.0 photography websites such as Flickr and Getty Images. In 2010 Sid became known as the "Muppet Proposal" guy after turning his childhood love of puppets into a personal marriage proposal to his wife which took the internet by storm.

Sid's passionate participation in both online and local community is leading to increased recognition. In 2010 he was voted “Best Visual Artist” as well as the 2011 Runner-up for Best Visual Artist by the Hippo Press, and his work is increasingly seen outside Nashua in printed publications such as New Hampshire Magazine and Popular Photography. In 2011 he was nominated for a New Hampshire Business in the Arts award.

Sid attributes rising interest in his work to a simple credo: “Dare to Focus, Do your Best Work Always, and Just Be Nice.”