4-color process printing is something every printer drools about as they learn how to screen print. The general gist is you use Cyan Magenta Yellow K-black inks overlapping each other to create a full color image. Many years in the making, and after one complete fail attempt, we successfully created this 16×12″ 4-color process print […]
The past couple weeks have been the busiest weeks of our lives! The first batch of Man With the Iron Fists prints were completed in under a week – all 3000 prints worth. After laying down all those prints, we were itching to getting some of our own prints created for next week’s South Boston […]
Last month, Somerville imprint Cultures of Soul asked us to print some merch for an upcoming relases of theirs, Evans’ Pyramid. Here are a couple process shots taken during the printing of the front cover artwork shirt.
5 years of Dubstep at the Goodlife. That was the cause for celebration a couple months back when the guys from Bassic reached out to AntiDesigns to have these anniversary shirts printed up. Both designs were solid, and I can’t stop loving seeing people out and about with these tees on. To five more years!
Wood stain and acrylic ink prints on wood panel. Jay LaCouture, 2012.
Last month Alex from Dance Party Massacre approached us with a challenge: printing on hats. Full disclosure: we’ve never printed hats before. Screen printing on hats is something we’ve thought about plenty of times and probably talked about it twenty or thirty times, but never had anything to break that want vs. need ratio. With […]
Boston illustration superstar KeithZoo hit AntiDesigns up last month to get some t-shirts printed up. He had this Space illustration he wanted on gold (guys) and aqua (girls) shirts. We gladly helped him out with that, and after perusing the studio he decided he wanted to put the print on wood as well for an […]
Young innovator Courtney Moy came through with a dope idea for some collaboration prints last month. She created a set of take-out style items for purchase at open studios, going the whole nine yards screen printing on pizza boxes (the sides too) with options like magnets, zines, t-shirts, and tank tops. AntiDesigns helped her print […]
Our friends at Dance Party Massacre recently asked us to create a 4-color, limited edition screen printed poster for a collaboration they are doing with UK artist Boneface. Here is a little process video we put together while we created those prints:
Following up the new Roots print, we’re dropping a design theCharles created in 2008 called Bostonia in an 18×24″ hand pulled screen print. Below is a quick making of video taken at our print shop within the Distillery. Now available in our prints section by clicking the image below: