Deborah HylandJesus ain't got nothing on this tortilla operation executed by artist Kim Wardenburg and Eric Woods, owner of Firecracker Press.On the surface, Cherokee Street seems fairly diverse: indie printers and hipster stores co-existing with Mexican grocers and restaurants, hip-hop cloth ... More >>
Image viaScreenprinted tortillas are coming to Cherokee StreetWhip out your [bound and boutique-crafted] day planners, all you printmaking junkies:1) The Cherokee Print League is doing their 3rd Annual Holiday sale on Dec. 4, don't forget. 2) The nation's premier printmaking conference -- that of ... More >>
lumberyardmagazine.comLast week, Dwight Garner of The New York Times' ArtsBeat blog called it "the most physically beautiful new journal I've seen this year" and "a magazine to watch."Speaketh he of The Lumberyard, the brainchild of brother-and-sister duo Jen and Eric Woods. The latter owns Firec ... More >>
Concert posters the old-fashioned way.
Ivy Cooper encapsulates the St. Louis art scene
Shaw's Gallery's Paper Cuts and Track Marks showcases the ephemeral beauty of poster design
Webster Film Series thins its collection
Find something worthy of your wonderful mom at the Independent Art Market