Starting on July 1, 2015 we’ll be operating out of two new locations. Our screen printing, studio rental and workshop space will be at 105 Hood Street, Unit #4 in Durham. We’ve decided to call this space Super G Print Lab. Our other location is in the Golden Belt complex at 807 East Main Street, Building 6, Suite 100 in Durham. This is our production facility and will continue to be called Supergraphic. We’re very excited about these new spaces – stay tuned for more updates!
We’re in to making monotypes at Supergraphic! If you like to paint and want to make painterly prints, get in touch with us to learn more about our monotype services. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently our friend Carter Cue brought over a plate/block with an Aaron Douglas image on it and Supergraphic print specialist Raj Bunnag printed it up. Very cool to see it on paper (see below). Carter thinks the plate was originally printed in a magazine. Douglas was an important artist during the Harlem Renaissance and beyond. Great to see history coming to life through print!
Thanks to everyone who contributed to The New Supergraphic Kickstarter campaign. We met our goal and beyond. We’re now making plans to move all of the Litho Shop equipment down to Durham. We’ll be posting updates of our progress.
We’re celebrating our two years in operation!!! We’ve worked hard to get to where we are and looking forward to great things in the future, including new editions from our production studio, more workshops and community outreach. Printmaking is alive and well in Durham!
Here’s an excellent video of Brian explaining the lithographic process. Stay tuned for more from Brian and Supergraphic as we merge our studios.
The piece was produced by the Baltimore Museum of Art.
We can’t wait to have Brian Garner and Litho Shop moved in to Supergraphic. It’s going to be amazing what we’ll be able to do. Printmaking in North Carolina will never be the same! Stay tuned!