José IbarraJosé takes pride in printing your posters and fine art prints. If he’s not in the shop you can find José at a photo session, drawing and designing at home, or spending time with his loved ones. https://instagram.com/joseibarrarizo/
Danger StaffWe are screen printing artists and designers. We are problem solvers. We do most of our work in the arts, entertainment, and music industries, but we print for everybody. We do a lot of work for poster artists, clothing lines, and promoters. Our clients often come to us with unique and ambitious marketing ideas that other screen printers have told them are not possible. We take pride in being able to offer them solutions.
There is a reason that the Red Curtain exists on airline flights. Yes, it does give off a feel of luxury and prestige but that isn’t the only thing it provides. One of the main functions is to limit exposure from any one who isn’t on the proper side of the flowing cloth. Because if you were to vividly see how First Class lives, a natural line of questioning would occur. Why can’t I have free Champagne during my flight? … Read More
This poster by Atlanta artist Tommy Bronx shows how well screen printing complements the simplicity of a good illustration. Get it here http://shop.abvatl.com/product/tommy-bronx-better-together-print Check out more of what he does here https://www.instagram.com/tommybronx/ Danger StaffWe are screen printing artists and designers. We are problem solvers. We do most of our work in the arts, entertainment, and music industries, but we print for everybody. We do a lot of work for poster artists, clothing lines, and promoters. Our clients often come to us with unique and ambitious marketing ideas … Read More
Here’s a recent screen printed poster we did for Sanithna Phansavanh, an illustrator who works and lives in Atlanta. His figurative drawing examines the human condition and ranges from small, intimate pieces to large-scale, public murals. “I try to experiment as much as possible with materials. It helps me to stretch my artistic skill set, but what I really love is how it encourages me to rework stylistic approaches for ideas. For this piece, “Moksha,” I wanted to use strokes of color to … Read More
We recently ran a few 24″ x 36″ screen prints for Tommy Bronx. The colors really pop on this in a way that’s hard to capture on screen. It’s a great example of how vibrant and full of life screen printing ink can be when combined with tight illustration work. Check out his “Nova” poster in the ABV Gallery Store. You can see more of his work here @tommybronx Danger StaffWe are screen printing artists and designers. We are problem solvers. We do … Read More
An artist’s process is something we don’t usually get a chance to see. It’s often a deeply personal experience that’s done when they feel inspired and often, not when there’s a camera around. We brought Mike into the shop, when we did had a camera around, and asked him to talk about the steps in creating his latest print. Mike shows us his process, physical and mental, the tools he likes to use and what some of his thoughts are when working on … Read More
You know the story. Every kid that grew up in the late 70s / early 80s got to see Rudyard Kipling’s little drama come to life as a cartoon. Don’t pretend you read the book first. Michael Mauldin has captured the kinetic climax of the short story with a style and grace we think Kipling would have been proud of. Prints available in the giftshop. Screen printed edition of 45 Danger Staff