We refreshed our lunar calendar for the new year and it’s now available in the shop. This one’s 2 colors printed on masa paper. The resulting print quality actually resembles a Risograph, with a nice soft washed texture. Have a … Continue reading →
The Map of Neighboring Territories is now a full fledged book. Three color screen print on 65# archival black French Paper. When fully extended it stretches over 7 feet long. Only 55 exist. Get it while supplies last!
Black ink screen printed onto red railroad paper (also did some on white, pink and black papers). In addition to the dates there are peak phase times and icons to indicate whether the peak occurs at night or during the … Continue reading →
We were running low on the first Scaffold comic, and had to add some pages to it anyway, so we took the opportunity to create a new cover design that’s more eye-catching: two screens’ worth of color on the outside … Continue reading →
We added a garment to our shop. Tank tops that Jesse and I made with our serger and screen printed. The cloth used is undyed, 55% Hemp / 45% Organic Cotton, Jersey; really soft and durable. This was more of an … Continue reading →
A few weeks ago Scott brought over the “Before The Lake There Was Swamp” silk screen prints for me to sign. They look amazing! Idiot or Genius? print shop in Portland did a phenomenal job with the registration and matched the … Continue reading →
I have just added the last T.M.N.T. print – IV to the shop Making these prints has been a long process. They evolved from a book I made using hand carved stamps and then into various screen print editions. After … Continue reading →
There is a new print in the store. It is based on a structural design that I found when researching the Comstock Lode. Miners used a method called square-set-timbering to open three-dimensional cavities of any size underground.
I have been printing regularly this last month. Some for work, some for play. It has been nice to get into a routine. Finally working out the kinks in my process and trying to experiment with the medium. I did … Continue reading →