We recently moved into a brand new space with our new studiomate Greg Kletsel. It’s located in the Pencil Factory in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. If you find yourself in the neighborhood, stop by and say hello!
We’re so excited to be a part of the Destination: NYC Moma Design Store Collection. The collection is comprised of local New York Artists and Designers, across all 5 boroughs, who produce work solely in New York City.
Our contribution, of course, is primarily paper-based. Showcased are Test Prints, Custom Journals, Cards, and Art Prints. (But that’s not all!) We designed a shirt too! Below are a few of our own shots of the work. We ask that you check out the collection, online or in-store.
We’re excited to share that our Nueva York Shirts, Bridge Prints, Journals, Cards and Test Prints have been chosen to be a part of MoMA Design Store’s Destination NYC Collection. Check out our swag through their online store: http://www.momastore.org/ and be sure to watch the accompanying video they shot at our old space!
We’ll be showcasing the products on the blog next week. Stay tuned!
Working with ESPN Magazine, we executed an alphabet for their upcoming MLB Preview edition.
Here’s our Poster for the first show of JP Boneyard’s National Poster Retrospecticus. This amazing poster show is hitting the road once more! We’re one of the many participating artists, including Aesthetic Apparatus, Methane Studios, Mikey Burton, Doe-Eyed, Hero Design (and other extremely talented artists) that’ve special picked a variety of our finest works to display. We urge you to attend ALL shows, and wildy spend your hard earned paycheck on the many wall-adornments JP has painstakingly curated.
Flatstock 38 has come and gone. We had a great time meeting so many new faces and hanging with our friends. Thank you to everyone who came out. For those who couldn’t make it, here are a few of our favorite snapshots from our trip. (Pictured are Luke Drozd, Andy Mac, Nate Duval, James Flames, Jenn Levreault, Kong Screenprinting)
We made journals. These test print sheets are a by-product of our screen printing process. They serve as “quality tests” where over time layer upon layer of ink is built up. Eventually some of these sheets become beautiful one-of-a-kind art prints with unique imperfections and character that will never be duplicated again.
We’ll have a few for sale at Flatstock this year. Will be releasing the rest in early summer.