Accent On: Max Mahn

By: Karin King

Aug 19, 2020

The next artist to be featured as part of our Accent® Opaque Portfolio Exchange is someone you’ve probably seen around here before. Max Mahn is a printmaker and illustrator from Missoula, Montana who makes stunning gig posters under the pseudonym Twin Home. We spoke with him over a year ago about how he got his start. More recently, we followed up to find out how things are going screenprinting during a pandemic.

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Accent On: Illustrator Joe Tallman

By: Karin King

Jul 15, 2020

As part of our online (for now!) Accent® Opaque Portfolio Exchange, we’re hosting conversations with each of the participating exchange artists. Next up: Joe Tallman. 

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Accent On: The Little Friends of Printmaking

By: Karin King

Jun 26, 2020

When the live component of our Accent® Opaque Portfolio Exchange was postponed, we decided to take the conversation online. Next up in our series of conversations with the participating exchange artists: The Little Friends of Printmaking

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Accent On: Sarah Dudek

By: Karin King

May 21, 2020

Our Accent® Opaque Portfolio Exchange may have taken an unexpected turn, but we’re along for the ride, and we hope you are, too!

First up in our series of conversations with the participating exchange artists: Sarah Dudek, an artist based in Somerville, Massachusetts who designs and screen prints art and home decor with a conceptual focus on food. The art that Sarah created for the Accent® Opaque Portfolio Exchange features two of our favorite things: a giant pie in the middle of an orchard. We asked her about that, along with what she’s doing to nurture her creativity during these wild times. 

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In Praise of Paper and Pencil: Unplugging and Getting Creative

By: Leslie Gabb

Mar 4, 2020

Have you heard about Google’s Paper Phone? An experiment launched as part of the company’s Digital Wellbeing initiative, the Paper Phone consists of an app that lets you select the most crucial bits of information you’ll need for your day and print a “phone.”

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