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May 30 '12
It’s only the second time we’ve done this at Get A Grip towers, one colour print on the back of vinyl. Guaranteed to be the raddest b-side since Vanilla Ice’s debut album. Done for Joyce Manor’s ‘Of All Things I Will Soon Grow Tired’ release, click here for a listen and here for all things Joyce Manor.
This latest offering from Grand Crayon Master, Mister Millerchip, was designed in collaboration with our pals at No Guts No Glory and is now available to buy on their website http://ngngdesign.com/, along with a load of other little beauties! It was printed using black ink on Heather Grey Anvil Sustainable sweatshirts.
As though coffee wasn’t enough, we’ve also printed some tea-shirts (although we just used plain old-fashioned ink for these, rather than tea)! The tees are Anvil 50/50 (50% organic cotton, 50% recycled polyester) printed with white supercover ink, and the vests are B&C printed with black ink. They’re all available to buy at:
Sam was kept awake for weeks after submitting to the coffee fumes emitted by this print job! He used a mixture of instant coffee, espresso and printing paste on Ellie Poo paper to come up with these tasty beauties for Ryan Dean-Corke. You can find them for sale on Ryan’s website:
Sam’s new band, Rad Medicine (composed of Printmeister Sam, Mighty Altitudinous Al, Mark (who I don’t know, but I’ll come up with a colourful, descriptive name for him when I get the chance) and Double-Denim-clad Snapper Lewis), is playing a punk rock show headlined by Spraynard at the Adam & Eve in Digbeth on 9th May.
Come down! 4 quid for some ear-caressing ear-boxing, stonking good punk!