We’ve been busy the last few months running live screen printing events and workshops. The following are some highlights. Stay tuned for a lot more printmaking action in 2018!
Coaster printing events. Lots of possibilities. We’re planning on doing a lot more in the new year! Coasters for Honeygirl Meadery event below. Designs by Robby Poore.
At the Nasher Museum.
T-shirt printing event at Duke’s PricePalooza in October. 300 shirts printed!
Another workshop. Spreading the gospel of print!
Brian demonstrating how its done during the CenterFest Arts Festival in September. Never too young to learn.
Live poster printing at the UNC Morehead Planetarium during the August eclipse. We printed around 600 posters!
Eclipse poster designed by Matt Tauch.
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!
Photo by Will Thomas
Photo by Will Thomas
Our next screen print workshop will be on April 15th. Follow this link for more information:
The next screen print workshop will be on Saturday February 25th. For signup details click on the Workshops tab above.
Marvin and Marty printing while Robby gives them the inside scoop on technique.
Robby likes ink!
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.
There are still spaces in the February 11th and 25th screen print workshops. Robby Poore will be the instructor for the 2/11 workshop. Go to the Workshops page for more details.
Marsha prints as Viji assists.
We’ll be running two screen print workshops in February on the 11th and the 25th. Go to our Workshops page for more details and sign up info.
Workshop in full swing