asg letterpress print by andrea everman

posted by the scholar on October 23rd, 2008
filed under: art, for kids, paper, words

As you may or may not remember, I love artwork with graphic style. Give me something inventive, beautiful or clever looking with some cool words on it and I will totally put it in my house. It looks like I’ll be giving my credit card a workout today, now that I’ve taken a look at the latest Art School Girl (ASG) letterpress print available in the monthly series. It’s called Comfort and it was designed by Andrea Everman, the creative genius behind those adorable shadow puppets that I know you all have seen, right?



I like the geometry of powerlines.

Here are a few puppets, just in case I made the wrong assumption up there in the first paragraph:


I don’t have personal call for the puppets right now, but they haunt my dreams. This print will definitely stave off my desire to own them, at least for now. I think.

Purchase the limited edition print at Art School Girl, and see more of Andrea’s mastery of puppetry (ooh I like that!) at her Etsy shop and her website.

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2 Responses to “asg letterpress print by andrea everman”

  1. sosser Says:

    i look forward to viewing this up close at your place one day soon…

  2. the scholar Says:

    me too!

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