I just finished a new screenprint, which will debut this weekend at the Rock ' n Roll Craft Show at 3rd Degree Glass Factory here in St. Louis. The print combines a couple of my inspiration/obsessions (gross food, local lore, the St. Louis skyline) and is guaranteed to look good any kitchen. Here were some sketches: You'll notice that I eventually ditched the Arch-as-Giant-Belly, as well as the Dirt Cheap Chicken's inclusion in the pantheon.Here were the results of some color tests after mixing up inks. I thought that I could create a T-Rav / Brain Sandwich-ish orange by laying a Provel yellow over the St. Paul brown ...
... but I also made the happy discovery that laying the Gooey Butter / Ted Drewe's yellow overtop of the brown yielded enough of a Vess green to keep me from adding a fourth ink. Huzzah for semi-translucency!Working on the print reminded me of this illustration I did a couple of years ago, showing just how many times I can regurgitate the same local landmarks. Anyway, the new print is a 3-color, hand-pulled screenprint on wheat-colored Canson Edition paper, edition of 100, 30" x 11 1/4". I'm sellin' 'em for $25 apiece.Thanks for reading! Hope to see some of you at the Craft Show. I'll be working all day Sunday, if anybody wants to bring me any reference for future prints.
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thanks for making me hungry.
i love this
egg yolk and milk fat!
It's fantastic - but I think it would be even better with my mug in the mix! Maybe next year.
How much are the prints?
Thanks everybody! I'm selling them for $25 a pop.
Dan, I want one of these prints! Even though there isn't any spam!
Love your work! My sister bought me this print for my home in Chicago to have a little STL in my loft. Just blogged about you here, too:
Any still available? I def want one!
Nice print! I think it done by special printing method.
These must have already been gone by the time I got to the R&R craft show...got the awesome steamboat one instead, but I'd love to get one of these for the kitchen--any way to still get one?
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