We Are Hiring

J.GilmanScreen Printing

We Are Hiring Press Operator

J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

Kudzu Colophon

J.GilmanDesign, Illustration, T-Shirts

Kudzu Colophon Shirt

J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

Downloads

J.GilmanDesign, Prints & Posters, T-Shirts

Downloads

J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

Who We Are

J.GilmanEmployees, Screen Printing

Jason Mueller

J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

The Colophon

J.GilmanDesign

Colophon Bottle

J.GilmanCo-founder of Danger Press in 2004, J’s background is in corporate identity design, photography, calligraphy, illustration and marketing. He enjoys solving problems, negative space, brevity, black cats, and the color gray. jgilman.com

The 2 Elements of Successful Self-Promotion

J.GilmanDesign, Living, T-Shirts

Arrogance Engine

Talking about your work in a public space is a necessary part of being a successful artist. Depending on your personality, this may be uncomfortable for you or you may enjoy it. If you don’t talk about your efforts enough, you will fail to reach an audience of potential supporters, fans, and customers. Self-promote too much and people are likely to get bored of what you’re saying/doing and file your promotion efforts as background noise. Like many things in life, … Read More

Why Soft Matters to Your Brand

J.GilmanDesign

Why Soft Matters to Your Brand

When you’re designing a product, in screen printing or otherwise, king before all else is the experience of the end user of that product. This is easy to lose sight of when you necessarily need to consider other factors like price or availability. Design trends can also be a distraction from user experience. Focus on the fundamentals of your product first; then you can get fancy. Always try to keep in mind that how an individual personally experiences your brand … Read More

Lettering Strokes

J.GilmanFeatured Artist, Language Arts, Prints & Posters

Lettering Strokes

Print your letters. Here’s how you do it. Lettering Strokes by J.Gilman I first learned the proper ways of printing letters when I took a drafting class in college. Before they’d let you anywhere near CAD, you had to get down with pencils, compasses, and T-squares. My professor was great. He was one of those awesome, old man hard-asses that makes you do things the way he had to do them–without computers. So we did. We learned, or rather re-learned (thanks, first grade cursive) … Read More

Saltireicon

J.GilmanDesign, Really?

Saltire

We’re officially calling for a moratorium on saltire logos. It’s gotten nearly as bad as the skull and crossbones design fad of double aught six. Seems designers can’t resist the X mark, and who can blame them? Half the work is already done for you. Just throw in four icons or letters and you’re done. Scotland, Ireland, Jamaica, England, the Confederate Army, Nova Scotia, and let’s say anybody that did it before the turn of the century–you get a pass. The … Read More