Really enjoyed working with the Nasher Museum Teens group last week at our sister studio Supergraphic. Thanks to Meg and Will for bringing the crew over!
We had a ton of fun printing posters for the DC and Raleigh science marches. Thanks to all who came out – we’ll be doing it again even when there aren’t marches involved. Support science all the time!
We’ll be hosting a poster printing event on Saturday, April 8th from 5-8pm to make science-positive political posters which participants can display at the Washington DC or Raleigh March for Science events on April 22nd (or use anywhere else!).
This will be a lively printing event where attendees can learn the screen printing process and talk to fellow scientists and science enthusiasts about sciency stuff, or talk to the artists about artisty stuff.
At the event, there will be several pre-printed poster backgrounds (cool science illustrations) for you to choose from. Participants will then be able to print phrases on top of these, and mix-and-match background images with phrases.
Super G Print Lab will provide printing expertise, ink, paper, screens, and our awesome studio space. A suggested donation of $20/person to cover costs will be much appreciated.
We’ll be running a pro science poster printing event on April 8th. Go to the following link for info: https://www.facebook.com/supergprintlab/
Our next screen print workshop will be on April 15th. Follow this link for more information: WORKSHOP
The next screen print workshop will be on Saturday February 25th. For signup details click on the Workshops tab above.
I am a Chapel Hill based graphic designer, musician, and screen printer. I have a bachelor’s degree in painting and printmaking from the University of New Mexico and work as a graphic designer at UNC-Chapel Hill. I teach screen printing at Super G Print Lab and DukeCreate Workshops, and print gig posters and cd covers in my spare time. My creative inspiration comes from music, pop culture, and mid 20th century suburban family life.