I started January 2018 over on our Instagram account (the.silent.p) with a little announcement to watch The Silent P space for an art experiment with some blank skate decks we sourced from Sk8ology. This is a part one of we’re not sure how many parts, but we hope you dig where we end up with…

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“People are amazed by what designers could once do with their hands” Enjoy the official trailer for “Graphic Means: A History of Graphic Design Production.” – a film that graphic designer and tutor Briar Levit has directed, a film on traditional, handcrafted typesetting. Graphic Means (Official Trailer) from Briar Levit on Vimeo.

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Please indulge us in a little process post for The Silent P’s latest poster art created for the amazing band Wilco. For those with shorter attention spans, below is the entire process represented in a handy image gallery. Below the gallery is a more expansive detailed description of the process. We’d like to thank Dan…

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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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Nice short article about good poster design by GoMediazine.com. 100 samples show: Our poster for Wilco’s Savannah show is in there among some great samples from talented artists and designers. They also try to answer the question “What is a great poster?” Enjoy!

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We recently finished up a poster design for Wilco’s October 4th show in St. Louis, MO. One of those little birdies to the right of the arch told us that these sold out at the show. Below are some of the process shots, details and even the initial idea as we sketched it out. Sometimes…

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We were thrilled to be working with Farewell Milwaukee on their latest album release “When It Sinks In.” This is a band you should get to know if you have not already. They are from Minneapolis, MN, (don’t let the name fool you). We hope for big things from these great guys! While designing and conceptualizing images…

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The idea for this Wilco tee shirt design came after a recent game of the classic board game played with friends. I lost, but this shirt won client approval. We went through several versions, some of which spelled different things like: “CALL WILCO WHO ROCK”, “ON NIFTY FEW”…you get the idea. Our thanks go out…

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