Bob Eight Pop

27 February 2009 — Posted in Screenprinting

Bob Eight Pop is a London, UK print shop specializing in hand bench screen printing. Seems they can screen print just about anything onto just about anything and for some great designers like Scott King. While anticipating the launch of their new site, check out some of the latest work in their flickr photostream.

Halo Halo Screen Printing

27 February 2009 — Posted in Screenprinting

Halo Halo Screen Printing is an eco-friendly group in Canada “currently hustling between two Toronto print studios” each with its own focus from over-sized poster printing to apparel to flyers to printing for furniture design & architecture. The group offers pretty cool courses like Psychedelic 3D Tees & Zines for Teens (he name alone is enough to make you wanna sign up), open print sessions, drawing/printing jams, exhibitions, screen printing crash courses and rentals if you think you already know what to do. Check the blog, too. Thanks Phillp for the link.

Outlaw Print Co.

27 February 2009 — Posted in Screenprinting

Outlaw Print Co. is the by-day textile/tee screenprinting operation of the two Philadelphia, PA dudes behind Magick Outlaw apparel.

Spudnik Press

Spudnik Press is a comprehensive cooperative artist studio in Chicago, IL dedicated to encouraging new talent in fine art printmaking in an alternative art space. Open to all levels of printmakers, Spudnik Press provides common studio space capable of printing traditional as well as photographic litho, relief, and silkscreen prints. Additionally, Spudnik Press fosters a greater public awareness and understanding of prints and art-making in general by offering demonstrations, workshop, critiques, and gallery shows.