Saturday, October 30, 2010

Christmas Cards!!!

Here you go 5 hand printed cards for 10 bucks. 10 Bucks!. that's like $2 each or something.

Each card is 5x4 and comes with an envelope for all you mailing needs.

Here are the cards you will get. and you can buy them here.



Snowflake Pentagram
Snowman getting destroyed by a snow-blower
Snowman going to a bar
Air Freshener Christmas
Vacuum cleaner card.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Test Prints

All test prints are one-of-a-kind (monoprint) products of the screen printing process and are signed and editioned "1/1." Because these prints serve a very specific, conventional function before they are crowned "beautiful", there may likely be bent corners, smears, scuffs, dirt or all of the above on any test print. This is evidence of the print's previous life and is considered a "character building" part of the process.








Monday, October 25, 2010

Friday, October 15, 2010

My Toys in the Attic Print

Here we are the print for the The Toys in the Attic 2010. It's an army man that a target placed over on of the soldiers arm. Here is the info about the print.
12x12" on French Olive speckletone paper
3 Colors - Black, White and Ketchup Red. 
edition of 26 with 2 APs.

thanks.


Toys in the Attic

2010 Event Info

Toys in the Attic 2010 will take place @  GALLERY 122 this year. Gallery 122 is located @ 122 8th Street SE in Minneapolis [Map]
Opening Reception will be December 3th and will feature limited edition/signed and numbered prints and custom toys from Local and National artists benefiting Toys for Tots.
Guests are asked to help out children in need by bringing a new (unwrapped) toy* to the show. In return, you’ll get one** of the event official poster prints designed this year by Minneapolis artist DWITT.
*No military based toys such as guns, please / **While supplies last.
If you forget your toy, there is a suggested donation of $1-$5 at the door. All toys and door donations go directly to Toys for Tots.

The Art

Artists are invited to create a limited edition of toy-inspired art prints for sale at the event – each print is numbered and signed. Additionally, custom toy artists will be creating pieces that will be available via Ebay auctions ending the night of the opening (details to come).

Print Artists

100 Degrees | 100degrees.net
2&21 Collective | 2and21.wordpress.com
Jim Altieri | altieriart.com
Aesthetic Apparatus | aestheticapparatus.com
Briana Auel | brianaauel.com
Boxy Mouse| boxymouse.com
Mallory Backmann | cargocollective.com/mallorybackmann
James Beard | vrooooom.org
Jeremy Berkley | berkleycc.com
Dan Black | landland.net
Christopher Bowman | shinyandnewart.com
Parry Doogan | pdoogan.com
Tim Doyle | mrdoyle.com
Fiona Bruce | on Etsy
Alex Griendling | alexlikesdesign.com
Austin Gullixon | on Flickr
Andres Guzman | andresguzman.com
Kevin Hayes | lovelympls.com
Chris Henderson | on Flickr
Java Fiend | javafiendstudio.com
Erik Hamline | hotsnotusa.com
Adam Hoganson | adamhoganson.com
Andrea Horne | barrelny.com
Daniel Jenstad | danieljenstad.com
Chuck Keppler | chuck-keppler.com
Jeff Lamm | greasebat.com
Sara Lintner | saralintner.com
Brook Lornston | lorntson.com
Jared A. May | http://jaredamay.com/
Jamie McGregor | mongsterr.co.uk
Mark Moore | newseamus.com
Lucky Nielsen | on Flickr
Nate Nolting | withremote.com
Jamie Paul | lfdept.com
Doug Pedersen | dpedersen.com
Allan Peters | allanpeters.com
Petting Zoo | easypz.co.uk
Print Mafia | printmafia.net
Aaron Purmort | fivespaces.com
Matt Pruett | Site Not Available
Francisco Ramirez | bureauprintresearchdesign.com
David K. Rose | grfxmonkey.com
SkatRadioh | skatradioh.blogspot.com
Matt Schubbe | mattschubbe.com
Ryan Seitz | on Flickr
Johnny Slocum | johnnyslocum.com
Eric Smith | fullblownink.com
Jordan Smith | jordanasmith.com
Sam Soulek | soulseven.com
Miles Stegall | on Etsy
Strawberryluna | strawberryluna.com
Griffin Talbot | Site Not Available
Jason Taylor | jasontaylordesign.com
Adam Turman | adamturman.com
Undertow | undertowdesign.com/
Anne Ulku | anneulku.com
Lon Unitus | lonnyunitus.com
Casey Waterman | on Behance
Dave Windisch | mile44.com
David Witt | dwitt.com

Custom Toy Artists

Bryan Collins | bryandrinkscoffee.com
Brock Davis | itistheworldthatmadeyousmall.com
Jason Goad | ingoadwetrust.com
DC Ice | dcice.com
Frank Kozik | fkozik.com
Jeff Lamm | greasebat.com
Punchgut | punchgutstudio.com
Jeremy Regan | twitter.com/reganomics813
Ryan Seitz | on Flickr
Dan Springer | skulluxe.blogspot.com
Steve Tenebrini | stevetenebrini.com
Chuck U | chucku.com

Saturday, October 09, 2010

Arrivals/ Toys that Kill Poster @ Beat Kitchen

Two color 25x19" Starch White French Paper
edition 100
Band info

For this poster I felt that The Arrivals needed a definite Chicago feel.  So the first thing that came to my mind was the "L", mass transit rail system that is elevated; hence the "L". So the red line which travels both north and south through the city. 

So there you are.

Enjoy.

OH YEAH!!!
On the bottom corner is a Hammer Fiend Club Sticker. Well its actually printed on the poster. The Hammer Fiend Club was started by my friend Patrick. Hammer was and still is a bartender at the Fireside bowl. He hates everyone accept Gerry from MU330. Gerry even took one of the best pics of Hammer. Below.

Enjoy again.
LETS GO TO THE BOATS!