This is one of two designs that Tyson at Iron Brush drew up for us to screen on some tees. We decided to do a bone white colored plasticharge print on some various colored cotton tees.
Monday, July 13, 2009
We hosted a fabulous art exhibit that was organized by Ryan Holt and Jeremie Memming, local artists/designers here in Lincoln. I was hoping to have time to run a series of three boards but ended up only having time to pump out this one and gave the other two to some other artists in town. 38 local artists in total designed 50 skateboards for this exhibit. Ours was basically a play off some mail we received the day I decided to get this board completed. This is a 4-color process print of a photo i took of the capital, then a screen print over the stamp and raw wood of the board. The whole thing was then coated with some random wood seal we found in the shop, couldn't really read what it was . . . a totally spontaneous and fun Saturday project.
Here's a follow up photo to a previous post. This is the second design of three for Nelnet Marketing Group. I didn't actually get to see any of these around town, but oh well. Hopefully they found some interns, which was the intended purpose. We custom mixed three pantone colors with water based ink to run these posters @ 19" x 25".
Here's a sample of some posters we ran for Iron Brush Tattoo. A two color print on a speckletone paper from French papers. This is a 19" x 25" water based silkscreen print. I know, I know, this one has bleeds in the image... we forgot to take shots of the good ones!
We actually ran these before the coffee signs but, whatever. These are the front display pieces for the Arbor Day Foundations line of recycled greeting cards. As with the coffee signs, we used a brown water based ink on natural wood. This creates a really nice burnt wood effect, without any burning...
Here we have some box tops to cover the wonderful locally grown produce of the Community Crops of Lincoln. We used a custom mixed green water based ink on their provided natural cardboard color box tops.
We printed up some raw wood pieces for the Arbor Day Foundation recently. These will be part of some signage for what seems to be their line of specialty coffee in conjunction with the Rain Forest Rescue Project. Very cool.