Print Design

We’re heading down to Austin for our first pilgrimage to Flatstock, the big poster convention put on each year at SXSW by the API. We’re hoping to sell some posters, swill some margaritas / eat real mexican food, and attempt to see some music.

Some of the people who’s stuff we are looking forward to seeing: The Decoder Ring (these guys actually did the graphics for all of SXSW this year–way to go, F2 Design / Dirk Fowler, Lure, and Methane Studios.

We’ll be printing up some of the above posters to send down to Austin ahead of time to promote the show. If you live in Texas you should come.


Brad and I spent the last couple of days leading up to our show putting together a letterpressed, oversized “matchbook” that contains a checklist of our first 50 posters. We finished these about 20 minutes before 7:00 on Friday night. Click here for more pics (more…)

We just wrapped up a project over at Neighbor for our friends at Soul Fabric Films. Neighbor created the new logo, a letterpressed business card set, and a stationary / envelope that uses a custom-made rubber stamp to keep costs down.

We recently created a logo and designed / screenprinted some business cards for our friend and do-it-all carpenter Dave at DeMaria Construction. If something looks like it’s less than 4″long, don’t be afraid to use the back of Dave’s card to get a precise measurement.

ele coverTable2Press did the cover for the winter issue of elephant, a local, soon-to-be-national quarterly magazine about yoga, sustainability, eco-fashion and Buddhism. Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche was responsible for bringing Shambhala Buddhism to the west in the 60’s, and was a contemporary of Alan Ginsberg and other founders of the Naropa Institute in Boulder.

“Look. This is your world! You can’t not look. There is no other world. This is your world; it is your feast. You inherited this; you inherited these eyeballs; you inherited this world of color. Look at the greatness of the whole thing. Look! Don’t hesitate – look! Open your eyes. Don’t blink, and look, look – look further.”