2012 Wall Calendar

October 27th, 2011

Posted by Sara

2012 Wall Calendar!The Official 2012 Calendars are now available for order. We received our copy and it looks amazing! Super proud to have our Fleet Foxes poster sharing the year with 11 other great artists!

For Lexington locals…you can also find copies at The Morris Book Shop!

LAL Black Friday Art Sale 2011

October 27th, 2011

Posted by Sara

Hey all! Get your Holiday shopping done early! We’re going to be a part of the Lexington Art League’s Black Friday Event December 2nd. Mark your calendars and come on down. We’ll be set up selling gigposters, art prints, books, cards…and other assorted swag!
LAL @ Loudoun House
Black Friday Art Sale, in Partnership with dRockPress
Event: December 2, 6pm –9pm | Free
Extra Buying Day: December 3, 1p - 4p
Join LAL at an alternative art fair happening 2 days only. Everything is under $50, making it easy to buy gifts for everyone on your holiday list. Meet the artists and learn about their work at the event, all with live music, food and drinks.

Black Friday artists: Joel Feldman, Jeff Rial, Perry Hooks, Waylon Bigsby, Elaine Quave, Cricket Press, Nick Alley, Drockpress, Jamie Karolic, Emily Howard, Dylan Dean, Liz Foley, Becky Joubert, Dovetail

Woodland Art Fair - CHURCHSIDE 2011

August 15th, 2011

Posted by Sara

We are gearing up for the upcoming Woodland Art Fair! Stop by our booth on the CHURCH SIDE (see map above) August 20th - 21st We’ll have LOADS of new stuff which we’ll be posting here on our blog and other places all week.

Check back for more details and pics!

Bicycle Thank-you Cards

Tree House Card Set!

Blank Journals

Simon Says - NEW art print, 4-color, 16″ x 20″, edition of 50

Emily Returns - NEW art print, 4-color, 16″ x20″, edition of 40

Hello Birds - Card Set

Urban Chickens - Card Set (printed on front and back!)

Mixed Tape Card Set

New Shirt Design for the men…

And for the ladies!

My Morning Jacket - Pittsburgh

August 15th, 2011

Posted by Sara

Our My Morning Jacket poster for the 2011 Pittsburgh show is now available!


July 28th, 2011

Posted by Sara

If you haven’t heard of the band Archers of Loaf…they were one of several bands that were first categorized as indie rock. Sprouting in the early 90s from the Chapel Hill scene…for me they were the band that opened my eyes to music alternatives, going to live shows, and scouring record stores for bands on other small labels. They were a gateway to most of the music I listen to today.

And I adored them!

I was able to see them perform numerous times before they broke up in ’98. Unfortunately this was years before I started creating gigposters, but they were always the answer to the question: What band would be your dream gigposter?

To my delight the band reunited for a tour this year…and guess what? I was fortunate enough to create posters for 2 of their dates in Chicago. Everything about working with them was a pleasure. This was a dream job…in every way. This is why I love my job…I get to create and help promote the bands I love.

They are both now available on our site and in our Etsy store.