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Friday Apr 12, 2013 by mike
We are excited to announce the upcoming arrival of The National Poster Retrospecticus! This traveling exhibit of screenprinted concert posters is hitting seven cities in the United States, and we are honored to be hosting this show at our very own CO Exhibitions for ONE NIGHT ONLY - THIS SATURDAY NIGHT, April 13th, 2013!
Thursday Apr 11, 2013 by mike
We'd like to take this opportunity to make sure you know all about Ladies and Gentlemen Magazine, specifically the second issue. Produced and released in 2007, this magazine was created by our friends Erik Westra and Aesthetic Apparatus as a means to explore and share their collective passion for music, art, design, and writing.
The magazine is 12 x 12" and features a screenprinted cover by AA, an interview with our very own Wes Winship, art contributions from Cody Hudson (Struggle Inc) and Dan Grzeca, a vinyl EP with music from Fog, STNNNG, Odd Nosdam, and more, plus the pièce de résistance, a big juicy centerfold of Aaron Horkey's Over The Atlas. This is the very first time OTA appeared anywhere! Horkey history!
Of course we have copies of LAGMAG2 available in our online store!
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Wednesday Apr 3, 2013 by mike
Here are a few pages from a 1970 brochure about health as explained by the one and only Mr. Peanut!
Monday Apr 1, 2013 by mike
Don't miss these four all new miniprints from John Baizley hitting our online store Tuesday April 2nd at a random time.
There are three 3-color prints measuring 10 x 10" and one 1-color print measuring 10 x 15". All prints are screenprinted by Ben LaFond on French Black Licorice paper and are all signed and embossed by Mr. Baizley himself.
Each print will cost $10 + shipping. See you on Tuesday!
Monday Mar 25, 2013 by Jodi
She went on sale Tues March 26 and sold out same day. Beautiful!
Saturday Mar 23, 2013 by mike
March Madness! Here's a t-shirt graphic I created for Nike Sportswear a few years ago which didn't make it through the final approval stages. It's just been chillin on an external hard drive, so I thought I'd share it with all of you.
Friday Mar 22, 2013 by mike
I'm wrapping up the last few days of a long ass trip around the Southeast corner of the globe. Aside from enjoying the food, nature, history, and lack of snow, I've also been taking tons of photos of signs and other visually-inspiring imagery. Here are some things that caught my eye in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap, Cambodia, and Luang Prabang, Laos.
I was getting a lot of funny looks snapping a photo of this emblem on the side of a trash can just outside Phnom Penh's Central Market. Totally worth it.
Sunday Mar 17, 2013 by mike
Before my recent trip to Singapore, I asked a few friends for suggestions of where to go, what to see, and, of course, where to eat. The recommendation that jumped out at me was a toy museum. This instantly caught my attention, and when I realized it was paces away from what some call the best Dim Sum in Singapore, I pretty much had to go.
The MINT Museum of Toys is a five story-tall building packed with a thoughtfully-curated and beautifully-arranged collection of rare toys from all over the world, dating back as far as the 1930s. If you've managed to read this far into the blog post, then I highly recommend the museum to you.