Painting with Prints [Video]


Four AntiDesigns team members, Jay LaCouture, Keith Zoo, Josh Falk, and Mikey Maker, got together to collaborate on a one of a kind screen print collage for an upcoming collective group show. Using 15-25 different pre-existing screens, the group painted 3 pieces of found-cardboard using somewhere around 100 passes of the squeegee.The resulting piece is now showing at the Lincoln Arts Project gallery in Waltham, MA until October 28, 2011, as part of the Boston Art Collective show, curated by Fish McGill.Collectives Show

Printing Boston’s Subway Map – Video


Through our friends at Ward Maps and Boston Coasters, AntiDesigns printed the MBTA’s subway map on a couple different t-shirts and hoodie styles. I put together this little video to show the process. Everything will be available on MBTAGifts.com once the site goes live…

This print is a 5-color, hand-pulled screen print. The red and blue lines were printed wet-on-wet, as were the orange and green lines. This video was shot while I printed the last two shirts of the production, that’s why you see each of the screens come down twice. The product developers decided to do runs of shirts WITH the station names and WITHOUT them. I really like the look of the subway map without the station names, and tip my hat to the people pushing to do both styles…

Music by the Gaslampkiller / Gonjasufi ripped off the Low End Theory Podcast #19.