We had the VERY unique opportunity to help out the amazing group Movember. These guys have a rad charity dedicated to various stages of Men's Health, and every November 1st they get everyone to go clean shaven, then grow their "MO" (short for Moustache) for the entire month of November, while simultaneously fund raising for supporting Men's Health.We worked with the artist Shawn Harris on the art, which was perfectly print ready and sloppy, allowing a lot of wiggle room with the print style that we like. Print was 3 colors on 18x24 paper. We used a 100# cover stock Flavor's Gourmet paper (color Smoked Sea Salt) with color matched Permaset inks.After printing, Shawn signed each one, then we hand numbered each one individually. After, we had to roll each of the 1300 posters into individual poster tubes (white glove rolled with tissue paper inside each one). 25 boxes of posters is never
Our buddy Shawn Harris is SO talented. He firstly started singing with The Matches (of whom we used to hang out with when they would bring their guitars out and play for the crowds exiting the House of Blues in West Hollywood before they were big). Now he teamed up with Jake Grigg from the Australian band "Something with Numbers" to create Maniac! They asked us to help them create some unique merch for their tour with Foxy Schazam...and that we did. Their shirts were an interesting creation, but Shawn was adamant about having it look different, so we used 2 different colors of ink on the same screen to create a gradient pattern without having to use and print 2 different screens/colors. The result was brilliant!
This post was from a year ago, but we thought it cool enough to repost.Our friends in the band Maniac were recently featured on the cover of the latest LA Canvas magazine. They wanted to print some rad handprinted posters to match the art that they created for the cover of the mag. We let them come into the Print Renegade HQ to lay out the posters and go to town on their creative stylings. Heres a little bit of how they created these amazing hand printed posters. (hand spray painting the first color, then printing the 2nd). TRUE ARTISTS!!