Thursday, November 11, 2010

Technicolor transmissions

We are always trying new things here in the Isle of Printing color theory lab. Case in point - the new Circa Survive letterpress print.  Here we have 4 colors mixing on the paper to create many more...WHOA wait a go science!!!!!! We are always pleased when something we learned in art school turns out to be useful.

Dredg fans sorry we made your favorite Band so very tiny - design over function sometimes we hate to say. (well really we don't)

Not many extras did we make - signed numbered and limited to 100 prints 16 1/2" x 23"

$35 on the old web-a-saurus 
get yours or get squared 

H Kneesch 

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

This is what you have been waiting for!

Attention loyal patrons and meandering roustabouts within the reaches of our electric beams...

Isle of Printing – INVITES, CAJOLES and CHALLENGES every able bodied man, woman and child of the vaunted and proud city of Nashville and all regions beyond its borders - to participate in our 151st annual OLD FASHIONED PIE THROW

In a tradition older than time itself...

SEE the spectacle unfold.  CHALLENGE  your senses and TEST your skills.  

Prizes awarded.  Accurate advice given.  No prior experience necessary!!!

NOVEMEBR 6th 2010
Between the hours of 6 and 9 o'clock 

Find us in the historic Downtown Arcade at number 79  – Nashville Tenn.  Betwixt  space/time and 4th and 5th Avenues of the Arts - second floor - Blend Studio. 

First come, first served – no early admittance.  $5 dollars cash to participate – gawking and loitering allowed at no charge to you.

Both the public and press are welcome – no spitting allowed.  Anyone with a working accordion and knowledge of its use is also encouraged to attend.

Please send a self addressed stamped envelope to 520 Ash ST. NASHVILLE, TENN 37203 for a list of all current and pertinent rules, regulations and admissible hand signals of the 2010 OLD FASHIONED PIE THROW. All rights reserved – no animals were harmed in the making of this advertisement.

Yours truly 
Hiram Kneesch