Invitational 2021 Print Set

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Invitational Collaboration Print

Artists: Jeremy Fish, Morning Breath, Mike Giant
Date: November 2021
Medium: Hand pulled screen prints
Dimensions: 16" x 24"
Edition details: Closed, signed, and numbered edition of 100.
Printed on 100lbs cover weight Domtar Cougar Natural Stock.

 

Memories of 1993

Artist: Mike Giant
Date: November 2021
Medium: Screen print
Dimensions: 18" x 24"
Edition details:
100lb cover weight Domtar Cougar Natural stock
signed and numbered edition of 100

"Most of the individual graphics on this layout were taken from a 1993 sketchbook and revised.  Many of these graphics were originally offered to Think Skateboards that year but unused.  The graffiti outline on the top is a reproduction of the last one I spray painted in Albuquerque before I moved to San Francisco in September of 1993."

 

Changes

Artist: Morning Breath
Date: November 2021
Medium: Screen print
Dimensions: 18" x 24"
Edition details:
3 color print on 100lb cover weight Domtar Cougar Natural stock
signed and numbered edition of 100

"Poster design abstractly reflects on the transition from a childhood to adult hood,  A realization that you had it so easy."

 

Still THIINKing

Artist: Jeremy Fish
Date: November 2021
Medium: Mixed media screen print
Dimensions: 16" x 24"
Edition details:
Two-color screen print on hand-painted paper
In a closed, signed and numbered edition of 100
Domtar Cougar 100lbs cover weight stock with TW ink
Hand-pulled at Haight Street Art Center

Edition of 100 mixed media hand pulled screen prints.  Each print has a hand embellished base coat wash so no two are the same and finished with a Pearl gloss pattern. 16 x 24 printed on 100lbs cover weight stock.

"This print was inspired by my first skateboard graphic that I drew over 25 years ago. It was a THINK Skateboards Jesse Paez. My teenage dream was to move to California and design skateboard graphics, and this was truly a dream come true." ~ Jeremy Fish