Sumfro Purchasing Lotto

Sumfro is back. This is a 10" x 10" screen print edition of 75 on metallic brown paper. This image was first printed last year as a multi-color 5" x 5" mini screen print.   Since there are very few of these prints to sell, we will be selecting customers randomly through this Purchasing Lotto Post. Read the instructions on how to properly enter this lotto, there are some quirky requests. Brown Metallic Edition of 75 is $55 + shipping. Gold Variant of 15 is $125 + shipping. -You can go for one or both ...Read more


Impromptu Listening Purchasing Lottery

This wasn't the plan, but since our shop did not handle the traffic of our drop for this print, we offering up the rest of them in a purchasing lottery, being held here and now. If you're interested in putting your name in the hat for one of these prints, just check the details listed below and comment today. We have added some variants into the mix for this lotto. If were one of the lucky ones who picked up Listening today, you may still go for a variant as well. Main Edition - Gold paper ...Read more


Purchasing Lottery – Dripples and Five Birds

Here's is your first opportunity to try and purchase"Dripples" or "Five Birds"  , the two prints we hand-pulled at the Union a few weeks back. These screen prints are extremely limited and have their own unique qualities that are written about in the post below. If you're interested in putting your name in the hat for one of these print purchases, just check the details listed below and comment today. The two prints each have variant editions along with the main editions, all viewable in the photos above. We are asking interested customers to clearly ...Read more


“Five Birds” & “Dripples” screen prints hand pulled at the Union for Comtemporary Art in Omaha

Recently I spent a week in Omaha at The Union for Contemporary Art and printed in their shop that my good friend, Joshua Norton, constructed and supervises. While I've had 1000's of my screen prints produced by Monolith Press and others over my career, it's been about 10 years since I've been involved in the actual printing process. It was a good opportunity for me to experiment and learn from hand-pulling the prints, making the screens and mixing inks, but it took me a ...Read more