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The first in our series of artist designed limited edition & shirts. Custom mixed yellow ink on brown heather shirts. Designed by minna jain (@curiocat ). Very limited print run. Get yours while they last at @anddurango #ampersand #& #anddurango #screenprint #handpulled #customink #geometric #minnajain (at studio &)

The first in our series of artist designed limited edition & shirts. Custom mixed yellow ink on brown heather shirts. Designed by minna jain (@curiocat ). Very limited print run. Get yours while they last at @anddurango #ampersand #& #anddurango #screenprint #handpulled #customink #geometric #minnajain (at studio &)

New studio & shirts now available at @anddurango. #ampersand #& #anddurango #screenprint #shirt #handpulled #art #ink  (at studio &)

New studio & shirts now available at @anddurango. #ampersand #& #anddurango #screenprint #shirt #handpulled #art #ink (at studio &)

cabbagecreative:

Hot off the press, the Nebraska/Indiana/Wisconsin/Ohio edition of the Midwest Shirt. Red Heather.
What better way to represent your midwestern roots?
Available at cabbagecreative.bigcartel.com

cabbagecreative:

Hot off the press, the Nebraska/Indiana/Wisconsin/Ohio edition of the Midwest Shirt. Red Heather.

What better way to represent your midwestern roots?

Available at cabbagecreative.bigcartel.com


Reblogged from cabbagecreative

Reblogged from cabbagecreative

cabbagecreative:

Revert Shirt. Vinyl people… it was a better time, and it sounded better. Revert! Get back there. Don’t leave your records in the sun!

available at Studio & and online at cabbagecreative.bigcartel.com.

Printed by hand on 4.5 oz. 100% ring-spun cotton and 3.2 oz. 65% polyester/35% cotton Tultex shirts.

Available in Mustard/ brown ink, Brown Heather / brown ink, Blue heather / blue ink
All our shirts are hand-pulled by a small group of quality minded folks in sunny Durango, Colorado. We print with soy based inks, because we realize that everything eventually winds up in the river. We love our river. So if we are going to put anything into it, we want it to be something nice. Like edamame.

Thanks for supporting us in our venture to make quality things that people will enjoy.

Please help us spread the word by sharing via Facebook, twitter, instagram, tumblr, bullhorn, or good old-fashion gossip. Thanks.


© photography Scott Griggs Studios


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cabbagecreative:

The Midwest. Strong people, good work ethic, farms, Big Ten football, winter, humidity, euchre, rust, we used to build stuff, cheese, pride.


available at Studio & and online at cabbagecreative.bigcartel.com.

Printed by hand on Anvil Sustainable shirts. 50% ring spun cotton/ 50% polyester. Seriously soft… pajama quality here.

Available in Heather Green, Heather Red, Heather Blue
All our shirts are hand-pulled by a small group of quality minded folks in sunny Durango, Colorado. We print with soy based inks, because we realize that everything eventually winds up in the river. We love our river. So if we are going to put anything into it, we want it to be something nice. Like edamame.

Thanks for supporting us in our venture to make quality things that people will enjoy.

Please help us spread the word by sharing via Facebook, twitter, instagram, tumblr, bullhorn, or good old-fashion gossip. Thanks.


Photo © Scott Griggs Studios
We’ve got a bunch of new Studio & merch in the works. The above image is our new sticker. Stay tuned to see what fruits.

We’ve got a bunch of new Studio & merch in the works. The above image is our new sticker. Stay tuned to see what fruits.

cabbagecreative:

Incandescence Encased or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Canadian Football Leagueby Tim KapustkaExtinct Tool: Computer
Piece I did for the Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence show at Studio &, Durango, Colorado.
February-March, 2014©2014 Scott Griggs

cabbagecreative:

Incandescence Encased or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Canadian Football League
by Tim Kapustka
Extinct Tool: Computer

Piece I did for the Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence show at Studio &, Durango, Colorado.

February-March, 2014

©2014 Scott Griggs


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Work from Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence
Studio & • Durango, Colo.
February 22 - March 2, 2014

We invited 26 artists from around the region to make a piece of work pertaining to the theme of extinction or obsolescence.

Each artist was then asked to identify a major tool that they use in the process of creating their art, they were then asked to proceed in the making of their piece for this show as if this tool were extinct.

Work from Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence
Studio & • Durango, Colo.
February 22 - March 2, 2014
We invited 26 artists from around the region to make a piece of work pertaining to the theme of extinction or obsolescence.

Each artist was then asked to identify a major tool that they use in the process of creating their art, they were then asked to proceed in the making of their piece for this show as if this tool were extinct.

The extinct show is up until march 2. If you missed the opening or want to have another look come on by. @curiocat #art #durango #extinctshow #penandink #anddurango  (at studio &)

The extinct show is up until march 2. If you missed the opening or want to have another look come on by. @curiocat #art #durango #extinctshow #penandink #anddurango (at studio &)

Everything is different. Window at @anddurango #screenprint #everythingisdifferent #installation #cabbagecreative  (at studio &)

Everything is different. Window at @anddurango #screenprint #everythingisdifferent #installation #cabbagecreative (at studio &)

Bizarre BazaarDecember 12 & 13, 2013Studio &, Durango, ColoradoPoster by Cabbage Creative

Bizarre Bazaar
December 12 & 13, 2013
Studio &, Durango, Colorado

Poster by Cabbage Creative