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Design and the non-conceptual mind

Recently Sheraton Green told me I needed to check out George Saunders. I’ve never really been a fiction reader, most of the books I choose to read fall into that “lifting the curtain on historic or cultural paradigms” genre of

Posted in PROCESS, THOUGHTS

“GROSSERIES” INSTALLATION

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We have always loved the pedestrian, commercial history of screenprinting. Before it was the respectable artistic media we know it as today, it was a down and dirty, quick and easy way to produce temporary color promotional signage. A mainstay

Posted in INSTALLATION, PRINT, PROCESS

SURLY DARKNESS LABEL-SNEAK PEEK!

Guess who’s doing a yearlong series of original art work for Surly Brewery? Well you’re on our blog so it wasn’t that hard to figure out. Here’s a sneak peek at the Darkness label as a reward for your diligent

Posted in PACKAGING

NY TIMES SUNDAY BOOK REVIEW

We recently had the opportunity to make a spot illustration in the New York Times Sunday Book Review for Chris Shea’s essay on tenured professors in our colleges. If you have a moment, read the article. If you’re short on

Posted in ILLUSTRATION

FRENCH PAPER SAMPLE ROOM

Black Keys takes home the August prize from the French Paper Sample Room

Posted in POSTERS

POSTER OFFENSIVE 5

Our recent print for the 2010 Poster Offensive 5 show. We have surrounded ourselves with tools that have become institutions, and institutions that have become tyrannical. We can blame oil, or corporate greed, or bloated government, but the root of

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SCOTT PILGRIM POSTER SERIES-KID CHAMELEON

So, Oni Press, Bryan Lee O’Malley and Daniel Danger coordinated an awesome campaign of limited-edition Scott Pilgrim gig posters to help promote the new film, Scott Pilgrim Vs The World. Each of the four posters feature a band from the

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28 ALL DAY

Hey, it’s an Adrian Peterson print done for Nike.

Posted in POSTERS