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A visit to Archie’s Press on 10th Street

Text and photos by Stacie Joy I can’t wait to meet Archie Archambault, the mind behind Archie’s Press, a new print art and card shop at 219 E. 10th St between First Avenue and Second Avenue. Also an East Village resident, Archie greets me at the shop before office hours, shows me the prints, cards […]

A Paper Fashion Show Creates a Runway Wo...

Brielle Killip is not a fashion designer, although she is making two dresses for an upcoming fashion show. She also doesn’t use fabric to make the dresses – they are created from paper. Killip is making the dresses for the upcoming Paper Fashion Show, which has been held every spring since 2004 (except for last […]

Marketing Assistant – New York, NY, Unit

foggy finger Employer: New York, New York, United StatesLocation: Thu 10 March ’22Posted on: Full timeType: Fogarty Finger is an award-winning interdisciplinary design studio dedicated to creating spaces in the urban built environment. The company is headquartered in New York with offices in Atlanta and Boston. The company’s team of more than 125 architects and […]

EPCC Featured in Magazine, Illustrated A...

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – For the 17and consecutive year, El Paso Community College (EPCC) has been recognized as a leader in educating Hispanic students by Hispanic Outlook on Education magazine. In the February 2022 issue, EPCC was highlighted on the cover, had an article about its success, an interview with EPCC President Dr. William […]

5 Best impression in Honolulu, HI

Below is a list of the best print shops in Honolulu. To help you find the best print shop near you in Honolulu, we’ve put together our own list based on this list of rating points. The best impression of Honolulu: The top rated Impressions in Honolulu, HI are: copy hut – promise to always […]

Fawick Gallery organizes an exhibition f...

The Fawick Gallery organized an exhibition from February 4 to 11 for leading graphic design specialists to showcase the work they produced at Baldwin Wallace. The show, themed “Ascend”, featured 11 seniors on the program. Unlike last year, when pandemic restrictions forced an exhibition closed, the exhibition was open to staff, students and the community. […]

Marketing and Proposal Manager – New Yor

A Luxurious Studio Employer: New York, New York, United StatesSite: Sat 12 February ’22Posted on: FulltimeType: One Lux Studio is a 25 person architectural lighting design firm located in Manhattan. We work on a wide variety of project types with many leading architectural firms. One Lux Studio has received numerous lighting design awards and is […]

Lots of little things add up, recent pri...

Spectrum after Kelly, 2022. Julia Samuels. Engraving. “A Lot of Little Things Add Up” is a month-long exhibition of recent prints and their processes from Overpass Projects. On view in the WaterFire Arts Center gallery from Thursday, February 10 through Sunday, March 6, 2022. A public opening is scheduled for Thursday, February 17 from 6-9 […]

“I keep exploring” – Cree Scudder cheris

Painter and collage artist Cree Scudder moved to Vero Beach in 2017, after a 38-year stay in La Jolla, California via Princeton, NJ, where she met her husband, Ned Scudder. Raised in Coconut Grove, Florida, Cree attended prep school through 12th grade at Ransom Everglades School in Miami where, as an engaging girl with a […]

5 in-demand tech skills for Upwork freel...

More than a third, 36%, of the US workforce was freelancing in 2021, according to an Upwork survey of 6,000 American workers. And the trend could increase: more than half, 56%, of non-self-employed people say they will probably do so in the future. Among the skills most in demand by freelancers are those in the […]

Black Hills Pioneer predicts another gre...

BELLE FOURCHE — As Governor Kristi Noem mentioned in her State of the State address on Tuesday, South Dakota has grown nine times faster than the rest of the country, and many of these new residents are relocating to the northern Black Hills and Belle Fourche areas, so it’s more important than ever for local […]

New work by three artists at the Kershne...

Fairfield, CT – The public is invited to a reception at the Bruce S. Kershner Gallery in the Fairfield Public Library on Thursday, February 10 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for Color Play, the art of Earl Grenville Killeen , Dionne Pia and Emily Teall. The show runs from February 5 to April 2. The […]

Bauhaus typography at 100

The Bauhaus School’s graphic design legacy has been extensive, informing tastes of Kamekura Yusaku’s iconic 1964 Tokyo Olympics identity, with his condensed sans-serif font; Malcolm Garrett’s 1977 Orgasm Addict design for Buzzcocks, featuring an upside down photomontage image of Linder Sterling and a font that wraps around a sharp corner; and Neville Brody’s art direction […]

Seasonal swag for print freaks

If you’re still looking for something to give to someone with a special fascination with print and paper (and who doesn’t), here’s our guide … A printer’s Christmas This festive gradient purple and green A5 print takes the words of 12 days of Christmas and reshapes them with a folded print. It consists of many […]

Japanese arts festival “takes over” Zhon

Looking for a Japanese art and culture solution in the heart of Kuala Lumpur? the Konnichiwa Zhongshan Japan Foundation Festival, Kuala Lumpur (JFKL) is the venue this week for all things Japanese. This will take place in the Zhongshan building in Kampung Attap. Spoil yourself and learn about Japanese culture at this four-day event, which […]

Cincinnati buildings and history inspire...

Framed prints of Cincinnati landmarks line the walls of James Billiter’s studio. Accurate, two-dimensional renderings of the Roebling Suspension Bridge, Union Terminal, Music Hall, a blend of Victorian and Art Deco architecture in striking black and gold with a vein of turquoise running through. These could be old posters announcing the opening of the new […]

Graphic designer from Kingsburg using th...

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) – Combining new technology with 80-year-old typography, Paper Farm Press’s Lauren Tevelde hand-creates wedding invitations, cards, stationery, and fine art prints. “I just hope each card cultivates community and encourages people in the same way that I love to print and create the card,” she said. “Working with my hands, I mix […]

3 programs on the black experience and “

This is Sandy Brown Jensen, and you’re listening to Viz City, KLCC’s art critic program. In case you haven’t noticed, the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is open for your viewing Wednesday through Sunday. A visit is a nice break from your routine. There is always something thoughtful to see and think about. At present, […]

Power of the Press Fest, a celebration o...

The third time is the charm, as they say. Twice stranded in their attempts to hold the second Power of the Press Fest due to COVID-19, the Letterpress Workshop and Signal-Return Arts Center are looking forward to this Sunday, October 10, when their celebration of the Traditional printing techniques and printing art returns to Eastern […]

Ashantilly Center welcomes two traveling...

JTwo typographic artists will visit the Ashantilly Centre, 1712 Bond Road, Darien, as part of their Summer of Mobile Moveable Type cross-country project. Sarah Budeski and Rosemary Middlebrook will be setting up their mobile studio from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Monday for a free event to demonstrate their printing process and display the work they’ve created so […]

The 123rd Midwestern Art Show Opens Sund...

LINDSBORG – The seeds of Jim Sherraden’s passion for papermaking and woodcarving can be traced to the historic architecture of downtown Salina. Growing up in Salina, Sherraden was fascinated from a young age by the facade of the United Building and the ornate ceramic tiles of the old dry-cleaning shop at the corner of Seventh […]

Making It: Sassy Stationery from Letterp...

Maker: jess bennet Business: Jess Typography What made you decide to start your business, Letterpress Jess? I’m a graphic designer by trade and have always been a big supporter of the local art scene and art in general. And, you know, everything I do is mostly digital on the computer, which might not be considered […]

Letterpress Jess from Canton enjoys nati...

Her name is Big Sal and she weighs just over 2,500 pounds. Sal, a Chandler & Price printing press made in Cleveland in 1963, came seven years ago into Jess Bennett’s life and changed everything. “Printmaking is a way of taking what I do on a computer and translating it into something that’s really an […]

Review: Pressing On: The Letterpress Mov...

Jennifer Farrell at Starshape Press, Chicago. Photo by Kevin Grazioli. Writing this review is a labor of love for me, just as making this movie must have been for the filmmakers and actors. By pressing is the story of the rebirth of letterpress printing and metal type combined through the work of artists, retired printers […]

This Country Music Hall of Fame typograp...

Since 1879 Hatch Show Print typography shop has created original artwork for carnivals, vaudeville acts, commercials and countless musicians. The iconic Nashville institution has generated work for legends like Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley as well as modern artists like Sturgill Simpson, Brian Newman and The Kills. Hatch preserves the art of traditional printing by […]