Holy posters! We’ve been printing tons of posters this spring. Here’s just a few of them!
This awesome thing is a two color print on white 18 x 24″ paper for The Faint’s upcoming tour:
Below is a poster created by us and printed in very limited quantities for the Saddle Creek Shop’s 2014 Record Store Day giveaway. Two colors on 12 x 18″ French Nightshift Blue paper:
Here’s another sweet poster for Tobacco. Three colors on yellow 18 x 24″ paper:
Here’s a 5 color design we printed for the 2014 Omaha Summer Arts Festival on 18 x 24″ paper:
And here’s a sweet little bicycling-themed poster we printed for the fine folks at Fuel Inc in Iowa. Design by Paige Winters. Three colors on 18 x 24″ French Spearmint paper:
Conor Oberst is going on tour again! Here’s a poster created by artist Joey Lynch to promote the 2014 tour. Three colors on black 12 x 19″ paper.
And finally, here’s a design we printed for Brad Hoshaw and the Seven Deadlies CD Release show. Two colors on 12 x 18″ Ivory paper:
Here’s an awesome 3 color poster we printed recently for Black Moth Super Rainbow. Created to promote the BMSR May 09-Jun 1 tour dates. Poster size is 18 x 24″ with three ink colors on blue paper. Artwork by Will Harrison.
Here’s our latest endeavor in the poster printin’ biz. The dimensions are 12 x 18″, printed on sandstone paper. Art by Matthew Carlson. Check out some streaming Bad Country tunes at their website! You can also catch their show at The Sydney in Benson on April 27th.
Welcome to the new Ink Tank Merch website! It’s been little awhile since we’ve updated our blog, but we’ll have plenty of things to show you coming up soon. Be sure to check out our poster and apparel galleries for a sneak peek into what we’ve been up to.
In the meantime, check out this video featuring our shop that HearNebraska‘s Bridget McQuillan created last fall.
Ink Tank Merch’s Screen Printing | Behind the Scene Video from Hear Nebraska on Vimeo.
Krug Park made some new retail shirts. Their “Plates and Pours” series with Lot 2 starts May 20th.
Dundee Cycles made some shirts and hoodies for the opening of their new shop at 49th and Dodge.