Perhaps you, like us, are gearing up for a quieter holiday season than usual. With travel plans postponed indefinitely, we’re focusing on ways to make the holidays feel special, which includes activities we can do together at home. Of course, for all of us on the Accent team, that means having fun with paper.
Will Halloween look different in 2020 than it has in previous years? Because of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s safe to say that like many things in everyday life, yes, Halloween will look different. But just because things are a bit uncertain and unprecedented doesn’t mean that people aren’t still looking for safe ways to celebrate the holiday on October 31 — especially for those kiddos that look forward to it every year.
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.
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.
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.