I think we're getting better as having a defined style. People are starting to come to us with their own ideas, asking if we can make them a reality; and that's very exciting to us. We straddle the line between making ourselves happy, and making a business happy most of the time. So we're proud to excel at working on commission pieces since they are so personal. Do you have an unique need for a commission? Send us an email!

What do you give a new doctor to celebrate the holidays? A really cool three color screen print made just for him! Sarah commissioned us to do this poster for Dan, and we threw in a bonus print because we liked both colors too much to decide! [SARAH & DAN]

Brittany emailed asking if I could print a paired hemisphere to celebrate her marriage to Bejal. Bejal is from India, and decided to leave her home (and an arranged traditional marriage) to move to Durham and marry Brittany! The paired hemispheres are not only their wedding colors, but also the colors of the flag of India in duotone. I am so happy for the chance to do this commission for them! [BRIT & BEJAL] [DETAIL]

Jesse and Katie are good friends of ours, and when they asked if we could produce an unique Save the Date invite, we jumped at the opportunity. Weddings are obviously very special, and the wedding industry is competitive, but each one of their guests received a handmade, unique invitation that was not available anywhere in stores.

Stan's birthday was something of folk lore. First off, Stan does a weekly podcast dedicated to music (that's how we first met him), so when we said he wanted a collectible poster for his birthday bash, we knew what to do! [DETAIL]

When it's your anniversary, you have a choice to go to a big box store and buy something that thousands of other couples have gifted each other. Or, in Julie and Evan's case, we made a single print poster depicting their romantic geography.

It could have been a sad day when Peter moved to Austin, Texas, but when you get your best buddies to play a gig for your going away party, you also get cool poster! Freebird? Nope, those are Free-Bats. The famous Congress Avenue bridge bats from Austin to be precise.