Super G Print Lab Fellow Jerstin Crosby

Jerstin small

Super G Print Lab is happy to announce the appointment of Jerstin Crosby as a 2016 Research Fellow. Jerstin recently moved back to the area after several years up north (Pittsburgh and NY). Here’s what he says about what he’ll be working on while at Super G in 2016:

“I’m conducting research into the intersection of printmaking processes and moving images. The low res aesthetic produced through this unlikely combination works against evolving technological trends of ever-greater resolution and resembles the earliest days of film and video experiments. While at Super G I am working to connect the two mediums with DIY materials and historical subject matter into a new printed animation that we will present to the public at a later date.”

We’re very excited to have Jerstin as part of the Super G research team. Here’s an example of one of his animations:

See more of Jerstin’s work HERE

Durham Magazine Article

The October/November issue of Durham Magazine has a wonderful article about the vitrine artwork in the 21C Museum Hotel Durham.  Supergraphic helped curate the work in the vitrines. The work featured in the vitrines is by Brian Gonzales, Stacy Lynn Waddell, Jeff Whetstone, Damian Stamer, Harrison Haynes and Bill Fick. The hotel also has a terrific on going exhibit of contemporary artwork. A must see!

Page from the article. Looking like the jolly printmaker.

Page from the article. Looking like the jolly printmaker.

How to Make a Lithograph

Supergraphic co-director and master printer Brian Garner explains how to make a lithograph. This video was produced by the North Carolina Museum of Art as part of The Worlds of M. C. Escher: Nature, Science, and Imagination exhibit on view until January 17, 2016.

Screen Print Workshop on November 21st

********* THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL *********

10AM – 4:30PM
Fee: $125 (includes materials). $25 NONREFUNDABLE DEPOSIT REQUIRED

Come explore the basics of screen printing at Super G Print Lab! Studio Director Bill Fick will guide students through a basic introduction to silkscreen/serigraphy (the other names for this amazing printmaking medium). Students will experience the screen printing process from image generation to screen/stencil creation to color ink mixing and printing. Students will get plenty of squeegee action, learn many tips for effective printing, and create practice prints during this one-day session. All materials, ink, and images will be provided and no experience is necessary – rusty screen printers welcome! This class will qualify participants to use the Super G Print Lab facilities (studio certification) and provide an overview of more advanced screen printing techniques.

More Visitors

Members and guests of the Raleigh Durham chapter of the AIGA popped by the shop recently. We’re excited to work with graphic designers. Come talk to us about possible projects!

AIGA visitors

AIGA visitors

Print Group visits Supergraphic

The Printmakers of North Carolina visited Supergraphic on Saturday, September 26th. Brian gave the tour and showed them a selection of prints from the archive.

PoNC visitors

PoNC visitors

Martha Clippinger at Supergraphic

Recent NYC transplant Martha Clippinger is working with us to make a 3 color screen print. Check back for an update.

Reviewing some color proofs

Reviewing some color proofs


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