"Spring Map" is an edition of 100 prints by Margaret Grill. With a small border for framing, the print measures 8" wide by 4.8" tall. The archival print was created by Tiny Showcase and ships with a corresponding certificate of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white print making paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton.
58 available for purchase in an edition of 100 prints.
It's day we've all been dreaming of: the endlessly dynamic brother and sister team of Jason and Jen Corace have created a game inspired by period dramas like Downton Abbey. In Lords & Ladies you build an aristocratic family's status through marriage, hiring servants, having children while taking down rivals with gossip and betrayal.
Normally averse to Kickstarter shout-outs, the Powers that Showcase fully support the accrual of funds required to print the first pressing of this doubtlessly excellent game.
Click here to support / get yours (we already got like six).
up all nite / tender depths / cabin July 31, 2013
After absorbing this week's double-edition by Sir Ian Dingman, take a moment to look over his portfolio site (where most paintings are for sale and for mostly for under $200).
In-towners should head down tonight and join the party. Out-of-towners should hold tight while we make Cyrus sign copies that you can then purchase from us. Or, if you don't feel like waiting, just buy it right this very moment.
The Design Office has a photo of letterpress print maestro Dan Wood working on Graphic Design Process. He's going to get his hand caught in that press if he's not careful.
We Can Do It! with Megan Whitmarsh October 15, 2012
Megan Whitmarsh and "We Can Do It!" discuss becoming a a master of the material world. "We Can Do It!" is an independent interview series hosted by Becky Stark, directed by Peter Glantz, with art by Ron Regé, Jr.
Every week on Tuesday evening (EST) we release a limited run of prints for sale. Email list members will receive a weekly email with information about the print, the release time, and anything else we think you might find interesting - like gallery events or our eating habits. We promise never to use your email for evil.