This was a neat project we did for Our Friends The Savages! We did a full set for them with their music. The 4-panel wallet CD package is printed on Kraft stock alongside a 12″ vinyl package. The vinyl package features a really custom owl printed on our 1940 Vandercook press. Afterwords it was custom […]
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Last weekend Flannel Fest returned to the High Noon Saloon for it’s 2016 shin-dig with a great line up of bands. For this years poster we used a sweet variety of wood and metal typefaces and some freshly cast border pieces courtesy of Skyline Type Foundry. Five tuscan faces! Yowza! Here’s a short video done […]
3226 Commercial Ave. I purchased this little blue house on Madison’s east side last month to tear it down and build a new facility for Sooper Dooper. We recently purchased 3 new presses (one digital and two letterpresses) and are just bursting out of our already cramped space. This little blue house has some history […]
Promotional poster for the Madison Area Music Association. This poster highlights the performers at this years award ceremony. This poster also highlights some of the great wood type faces in the Sooper Dooper collection!
Our buddy Victor from Nineteen Thirteen asked us to do this poster for their gig with The Avett Brothers and how could we refuse? Huge fans of The Avett Brothers over here. Have this giant “A” I found at a flea market a couple years ago. Glad we finally had an excuse to use it!
Mad Trucker Gone Mad has been rockin it since 1996 and is releasing it’s first proper record in seven years titled “She Don’t Like Me When I’m Drunk…” This sweet poster celebrates the release party and is limited to 50 pieces. Come by the Crystal Corner in Madison on March 19th and join in. The […]
Frank Rosaly project for Milwaukee, WI label Utech Records. The project consists of a 12″ record with offset printed jacket along with a compact disc offered in a seven inch size letterpress jacket for the main release “Malo” and a second letterpress jacketed cd for the remix album entitled “Neolithic Extraction – The Malo Remixes” […]
This year my wife and I have been getting in a lot of camping around the area. One thing I noticed is that the hardcore campers have the little wood routed signs with their names on it similar to the one our family had outside our house when I was young. But, being a letterpress […]
When Pavement’s Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain came out in 1994 I thought it was the best album ever and it still gets plenty of spins around here. We’re very excited to do this letterpress poster for the Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks show here in Madison at The High Noon Saloon. Limited edition of 30 […]