Thursday, April 26, 2007

HATCH+HUCKLEBUCK

I recently had the opportunity to take part in a print workshop put on by OSU+Columbus Society of Communicating Arts that featured Jim Sherraden from Hatch Show Print in Nashville. I've been a long time fan of Hatch and their passion for keeping it analog.

Jim brought up a bunch of his wood blocks from the shop and OSU furnished some wood type. Everyone had a great time just experimenting with print for 6+ hours. It was nice to get dirty again.

Here are some of the small prints I did. I had an old guitar instructional book, which I thought would make a good backdrop for the Nashvillian roots of the blocks. I'm pretty pleased with the results. Enjoy.











1 comment:

jeremy said...

VERY COOL ANDY!!!!

I love them. Wish i could have been there.

Thanks for sharing.

Jeremy