POST TYPOGRAPHY ART PRINT & POSTER SALE
ONE DAY ONLY – DECEMBER 10!
AND ANNOUNCING THE LAUNCH OF POST CAPITALISM
Post Typography is opening our studio for our 5th annual one-day-only print & ephemera sale on Saturday, December 10 from 12:00 noon to 4:00 PM. To celebrate the print sale turning 5 we’ve got some great new items for sale. A lot of past favorites are back again this year too, so stop by and grab some original and affordable gifts for the holidays—most items are priced between $5 and $50.
The sale will feature limited edition prints, posters, books, music, and apparel produced by Post Typography including:
- Screenprinted posters: Future Islands, Beach House, and last summer’s Windjammer concert!
- Post Typography-designed T-shirts, scarves, tote bags, and notecards.
- Signed posters for the Maryland Film Festival, Johns Hopkins Film Festival, Baltimore Museum of Art, Groundhog Day, and Alien movies
- Limited edition prints from our OSAYCANYOUSEE show
Other goods for sale include snazzily-packaged music by Double Dagger, Peals, and Pure Junk along with signed copies of Lettering & Type and other Post Typography publications.
The sale takes place at our studio in Old Goucher at 2219 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 on Saturday, December 10 from 12:00 – 4:00 PM. Come early! Most items are available in limited quantities — first come, first served. (Prints cannot be reserved ahead of time.)
Facebook event: bit.ly/PostSale5
More info at posttypography.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re more of an early shopper or can’t make it to the in-studio sale, we’re very excited to announce the launch of Post Capitalism—a web store where you can purchase select Post Typography-related prints, books, apparel, and other merchandise year-round. Visit capitalism.posttypography.com to browse all of the items we have in stock.
About Post Typography
Post Typography is a Baltimore-based creative studio specializing in graphic design, illustration, custom lettering, and conceptual typography with additional forays into art, apparel, music, curatorial work, design theory, and vandalism. Founding partners Nolen Strals and Bruce Willen have collaborated on art, design, and music projects for more than twelve years, beginning with hand-printed concert posters and progressing to higher profile design and illustration projects for clients such as The New Yorker, John Legend & The Roots, and Random House. Strals and Willen are authors of Lettering & Type, a book on lettering and typeface design, published by Princeton Architectural Press, and they teach classes in design and typography at the Maryland Institute College of Art. They have lectured at the Cooper Union, Minneapolis College of Art & Design, and Harvard University among others, and have contributed to the Baltimore music scene for many years (most notably with the punk band Double Dagger). Post Typography have appeared in many design and art exhibitions, and their posters are collected by high school punk rockers and prominent designers (whom they consider equally important).