Saturday, November 15, 2008
Hatch Show Print, Nashville's almost-130-year old letterpress print shop, is bringing an exhibit of their work to the Experience Music Project in Seattle. Hatch is known for it's music industry posters, designing and printing event posters for everyone from B.B. King to Dolly Parton to the White Stripes. But they've got some great work from events as diverse a Negro League baseball games to the Kentucky State Fairs, too. I've been a fan since the owner, Jim Sherraden, came to speak when I was in school for design. Exhibit runs October 11, 2008 through July 16, 2009.
Monday, November 3, 2008
We are excited to release these 4 new thank you note designs, hot off the presses last week. I am kind of into muted yellow at the moment (We've even used yellow, tan and a smaller dose of watermelon pink for our 2009 Valentines), and love this combo with light blue and warm grey. These are available on our website, in boxes of 8 folded cards and blue or white envelopes, for $12.50. They are printed with vegetable based ink on lovely FSC-certfied & recycled white stock.
Sunday, November 2, 2008
Here is some inspiration to get out and vote. These posters are part of the AIGA Get Out the Vote 2008 campaign. See more submissions, and find out how to buy your favorite poster here. No matter who wins, Wednesday means no more political TV spots, something I think we can all celebrate.