We’d like to thank all of the fine folks that came out to see the recent poster show at the Hickory Museum of Art. Here’s some photo’s captured from the opening reception, enjoy the gallery!  The show runs through January 5th and is open to the public. *EDIT: Thanks to Yes The Raven for providing some…

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The National is a pretty impressive band. We were excited to finally see them live, and since we like The Fillmore in Charlotte, we opted to do a special edition ‘venue-only’ (and gift to the band) edition of posters to commemorate the special event. These were printed by Ink Floyd on super nice black stock,…

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Wilco recently tapped us to help them design this year’s calendar. There were several attempts to create a photo mosaic out of every single poster from last year, but it never seemed to gel to a point where everything worked well together…maybe next year. The style that won out features a 17″ x 28″ hanging…

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We were inspired to revisit making art with a xerox machine and a scanner. Here’s how you can too: Step 1. Print typography (or image) in black. Step 2. Open copy machine cover (or scanner bed) and as the scanner or copy machine is in the process of making the copy, move your print all…

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The Silent P has been… a bit TOO silent. The reason for the lack of updates is a great one though: WE ARE BUSIER THAN A ONE-ARMED MAN AT A HIGH FIVING CONTEST (clap sounds). So, to bring you up to speed (of sorts), here’s a partial list of some of the projects that have…

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Kinda love this quote from the well known graphic designer Paul Rand. So much so that I think it will make a great art print…what do you think? You can read our entry about the now infamous story here. Here’s what we’re thinking: Two color print: White ink // Silver Metallic ink on French Paper…

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