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October 28, 2004

{     Punchgut Studio     }    

Punchgut does a little bit of everything, from logo design and t-shirts to gig posters and fine art. They're a part of that new breed of artists/designers who never bothered to learn the lines of separation between art and design, (or just chose to blatantly ignore those lines) with incredible results. They're also committed to a certain brand of accessibility that I truly respect- owning a Punchgut piece won't clean out your wallet, and there's no cutting corners on their end when it comes to quality. The prints I've received are unbelievably sharp- crisp colors, excellent transfer and screening, printed on deliciously thick stock. Styles vary, it's one of the things I most admire about Punchgut- some designs rock a seriously traditional hard-lined lowbrow/comic feel, while others carry off a very raw vibe- combining several intertwining layers into something a bit more abstracted. I won't dare say that all tastes are catered to, but there's a lot of ground covered here, and it's nice to see that kind of variety. The Punchgut online store is packed full of other goodness too, from fine art pieces and t-shirts to cheesy belt buckles and some uniquely "customized" antique toys. I highly reccomend checking out the Fine Art section, if for nothing else than to pick up the mullet-tastic ROCKER print offered there. I felt like I was trolling the aisles of a flea-market turned art gallery as I perused their wares, and I'm betting that's exactly what was intended. We've already snagged our Punchgut print contest winner! Congrats to Sean, he'll be seeing his print in the mail shortly and we'll be seeing his Twelves list on the Dozen very soon. Thanks to everybody who sent in an entry, and keep your eyes peeled for more give-aways coming up. Many thanks to Matt at Punchgut for the hook-up!

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word. i am so jealous of people who get to do nice concert posters. but i hear the pay is lousy.

Posted by: thomas romer at October 30, 2004 3:07 AM
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