2008: A Year In Review

Well it's just about the end of year, which can only mean one thing: Christmas? Nope. Chanukah? Nope. Organization of fiscal year tax information? Not even close. YEAR IN REVIEW TIME! 2008 was a great year for us, so now it's time for a trip down Memory Lane (capitalized because it's an actual street).

We sent out a request for international snacks and the response was outstanding!

The print squad wrapped up our biggest project to date: Aaron Horkey's "Whale Bone Grove"

Triple Rock Social Club let us start throwing a weekly party with DJs, 2 for 1 drinks, video games, and good times.


We got our first pinball machine!

N.W.A's Arabian Prince came to Minneapolis to blow the roof off of First Avenue for Dre Day.

We bid our old office building a heartfelt PEACE THE FUCK OUT.

We had a blast at Flatstock in Austin:

Mass Appeal Magazine gave us a huge feature in their 51st and final issue.

We grew moustaches and mullets.

We partied like r̶o̶c̶k̶s̶t̶a̶r̶s̶ ̶p̶o̶r̶n̶s̶t̶a̶r̶s̶ screenprinters.

We printed (and decorated) more Obama posters than McCain could shake an angry old man finger at.

We set up shop at Flatstock in Seattle.

We supported Obama.

We got a visit from the Mayor of Minneapolis.

And of course we published and printed "Exodus From the Land of Play" by our talented friend David Choe!

Whew. We're fortunate to be able to do what we do and couldn't do it without your help! Thanks to everyone who has supported us this year and here's looking forward to a great 2009!