MRNVR put together this nice little recap video of last week’s Friends With Benefits opening at the Distillery Gallery. The opening was a blast, lots of great people in attendance, and the show runs until the end of the month. Swing through if you have a chance…
And there’s photos from the event on the Project SF site here
Had a really good time at the NPR show last month. The event was packed, the artwork was amazing, and now there’s a well-designed website to commemorate the show at nationalposterretrospecticus.com. We live printed show posters during the event, and anyone who purchased a poster upstairs got a free poster from the set we were creating. Here’s some photos we took during the event:
Today we’re proud to drop a new t-shirt in collaboration with Matthew Zaremba of Project SF in our store. We recently highlighted a tiny snippet of dude’s photos here. If you haven’t gotten lost in the world of It’s Beautiful Then Gone for at least minutes, you’re doing yourself a disservice.
Tees now available in the store, click the flick for details:
FEATURING WORK FROM:
Alphabet Arm Design
The Bubble Process
Eric R. Mortensen
George W. Myers
Hatch Show Print
Studio on Fire
Two Arms Inc.
Wilding Davis and Co.
Parking in rear of building, and on street.
Commuter Rail (Stops in Porter Sq & North Station)
70, 70A (Central Sq/Allston/Brighton)
170 (Back Bay, Dudley Sq)
505, 553, 554, 556, 558 (Downtown Boston)
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.
Hot off the press is a new 18×24″ hand pulled screen print version of our most recognizable t-shirt design, Boston Roots. Check out the mini making of video we whipped up during the first edition’s print run.
The last batch of Evoker Owl prints (in the orange, blue, and brown colorway) sold out pretty quickly between sales here and off of Evoker’s site. He decided to put together another colorway, and they look great. Had a lot of fun printing these 18"x18" prints as the last run on our old, mini drying rack. Evoker has just released 5 of the prints on his products page, and we have just 1 print to sell here. Check out the process pics below:
Matthew Zaremba is a multimedia artist who splits his time between Brooklyn and Boston. His work draws influence from an upbringing that instilled in him the importance of adventure, freedom and individuality, and from his experiences and involvement in criminal subcultures.
In 2011 he shifted his creative focus to photography and created “Beautiful Then Gone”, a project that serves as a means to capture the human condition and the inevitability of life’s fleeting moments. His work has been exhibited throughout the US and has been featured on various international sites.
And let me tell you, he takes a mean photo. Be on the lookout for a Matt Zaremba x AntiDesigns collabo in the very near future.
Recently voted Boston’s best dance night by the Boston Music Awards, Fresh Produce has been holding Boston down since 2006. AntiDesigns has been creating merchandise for collaborators Undergroundhiphop.com and JumpTheTurnStyle.com (generally NSFW) since the rip. Here’s some process shots taken in the studio during the creation of the latest, and by far the most fun to print, incantation of the Fresh Produce tee.
AntiDesigns had the opportunity to live screen print at the Street Wall opening reception that
took place at Fourth Wall Gallery last month. Shouts to Mikey Maker, Elise, Skunk, and Stiles
for lending a helping hand throughout the event.
Here are some photos that Stiles took throughout the evening:
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