일석이조 / Two Birds One Stone screen prints will be dropped off at Magpie Brewing and Galmegi Brewing today! The first collaboration beer in Korea - a 6.8% Black IPA that you don’t want to miss. So good!
서울 맥파이와 부산 갈매기 브루잉의 어쩌면(아마도) 한국 최초의 콜라보레이션 맥주! 진짜 맛있음! 저희가 스크린프린팅한 포스터는 이태원 맥파이에서 구매 가능합니다. 따로 구매를 원하시면
For purchase inquires contact us! (Print run of 50)
Magpie Brewing Co. - Terrible Two’s Birthday IPA Screenprint.
3 Color - Terrible Grey (grey,blue/speckle), Speckle Gold, Black
Incase you’ve missed it, we’ve compiled (in no specific order) a collection of our favorite albums of 2013. Have at it!
It’s exciting to look forward to the new year, but it’s also nice to look back and think how we made it through another awesome 365 days.
After a loooong time of researching we finally found an amazing crew to work with while creating this iron bird. Individual install of each element was a big task to tackle, but we couldn’t be happier with how it turned out.
Without further ado, the iron Magpie!
Finishing a fresh batch of Scout cards on the roof. A grand way to end the work day.
We designed a business card for Aaron Choe, a photographer based in Seoul. We tried to amplify the story of the fun, everyday life that he captures.
See more from Aaron
Oldie But Goodie ~ Vans Go Skateboarding Day 2013
Catch our dude Chris Da Canha ripping on his MuteHouse Deck (bolt). Aweh put this together for Vans Go Skateboarding day this summer in Seoul. We’re so stoked to see these get beat!
This past week, we finally had a chance to visit Turin Bicycle shop and test out the Rooster frame, one of the bikes we teamed up for the design. We’re so excited and proud that these frames are getting some proper love on the streets of Chicago. Stop in soon and test it out yourself! There are only a few left!!
While working on a recent project, we’ve found ourselves cruising the outskirts of Seoul visiting metal working factories. We have to travel quite far, but when the road ahead looks like this it’s hard to remember we’re working and not in a movie. Nothing but smiles.
We came across this article today and found it most relavent. An easy read about culture and its relationship with designers that we would recommend to any designer, or creative for that matter. Interestingly, this article highlights a lot of questions we ask ourselves daily.
Being a multi-cultural studio is a great asset and value but it also poses a challenge in understanding and being respectful of differences. Coming from different parts of the world, it’s essential to get out and become part of the culture, not a separate entity.
(p.s. this article is in Korean)
READ THE ARTICLE HERE:
Next week we’ll be having a sale on the mis printed tote bags from our last live screen printing session at Future Shorts (at Platoon). These are the four designs we were printing that day, all unique in their own way :) More info on Tuesday!