Back in December, Now-Again Records released their “Original Raw Soul III” (previously only available on CD) as a limited-edition 2LP set. The release features new artwork by Lewis Heriz and AntiDesigns had the task of creating 500 hand pulled screen prints on the front and back of the chipboard jackets. Check out some process photos below!
We recently printed up some mailers for our friends over at the National Poster Retrospecticus. The National Poster Retrospecticus is a collection of hand printed event posters from artists, designers, and events around the country. We had the pleasure to print up a handful of shirts for them as well as some Tyvek mailers to match. The mailers were hand screen printed with a water based, acrylic ink and can be seen in the photos below!
This Saturday, January 19th, international man of mystery Pat Falco shows new and recent works at Thomas Young Studios in South Boston. Pat reached out to us to create some posters for the event, and we were happy to work on this one-color split fountain print. The prints create a nice twilight feel, and we had a lot of fun creating them. Check the process shots below, and the video teaser for the event on Saturday… and swing by if you’re in the neighborhood – they’ll be tons and tons of work.
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!
We’ve been lending a hand to UndergroundHipHop.com (UGHH) here and there with programming some of the sections of their website, most recently the video section. There’s a whole lot of videos on there that are completely buried (for now), and one of the gems that’s just been discovered from the vaults is this series of interviews UGHH’s Van Stylez did with David Choe. Filmed at the GoodLife, find out what Van Stylez says to get Choe to say: “Boston’s like the most fucking racist place I’ve ever been.”