"Cloud Shadow" by James Naughton

"Cloud Shadow" is an edition of 100 prints by James Naughton. With a small border for framing, the print measures 14" wide by 7.75" tall. The archival print was created by Tiny Showcase and ships with a corresponding certificate of authenticity. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white print making paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton.

Sold out edition of 100 prints.

James has chosen Home-Start Bolton as his artwork's charity. Home-Start works to provide families with support and guidance through the everyday challenges faced when raising children. Home-Start provides accredited training for volunteers who in turn provide free, confidential one-to-one support and guidance - as well as practical and emotional aid - to families with a child under 5. $250 dollars from the sale James' artwork will be donated to the organization.

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Simultaneous: Seripop & Sonnenzimmer
February 6, 2015 | SnF

Everyone in and near Chicago: the print powerhouses of Seripop and Sonnenzimmer have an exhibition opening at the Center for Book and Paper Arts, based at Columbia College Chicago. Find more about the show on the Center's site, and find the exhibition poster available for sale here.

Both Seripop (above) and Sonnenzimmer (below) have graced the TS letterpress editions with their work, as one of the earliest and one of the most recent in that series. By lucky chance, the Sonnenzimmer print, Dissolution of a Plant, is still available in our shop.

Fruit / Wolf | January 29, 2015 | SnF

Looking for this beauty? You can find our first edition of 2015 by Rachell Sumpter & Jacob Magraw in our shop here. These prints are signed by the artists and measure a stately 15 by 17 inches.

Meanwhile, Ferris Plock's new edition is sold out. Perhaps he'll make another appearance this year? In the meantime, check out more of his work on his site.

PASTE | January 18, 2015 | SnF

Thanks to Paste Magazine for including our newest Lunar Calendar in their list of the best calendars of 2015. Designed by Tyler Stout and printed in glorious letterpress, that calendar can still be beholden and purchased here.

Spoon + Sailor | SnF

Our friends at Spoon & Sailor have created a lovely way for you to keep track of your days this year. Rife with animals of all inclination, this limited edition letterpress calendar has been printed on a century-old Chandler & Price press onto 100% cotton paper, in Spoon & Sailor's unique range of rich but calm colors.

This animal spectrum of months is available here.

Fruit | January 6, 2015 | JtB

Welcome to the new year. Welcome to this new edition by Rachell Sumpter & Jacob Magraw, that will accompany you through the new days, weeks. Fibers and vines, natural electricity in the color of coral and fresh leaves, braid and fold into an illustration of energy drawn from peace, concentration, collaboration, and quiet nights. It's very auspicious. This image is in the ascendent, just like us.

Check out Jacob's site to see more of his work, and to order his new zine, New Zine, for a jaw-droppingly low sum, especially considering the teeming + gorgeous nature of the thing that will be delivered to your letterbox. 28 pages of full color comics, patterns, paintings, signed and drawn in by Jacob himself.

And in the department of patience, you can pre-order Rachell's first issue of Verdant, a 22 page story about a brother and sister on a slightly scary adventure, which is due to ship in June.

death vessel ~ island intervals
February 28, 2014 | SnF

Look alive! It's time for us to all buy our new Death Vessel album Island Intervals. We waited so long. To accompany this joyous moment let us look upon this video - directed by Peter Glantz - who you will remember from many prints on this very site.

Paintings of the American West | January 30, 2014 | SnF

Perhaps you missed James Naughton's most recent edition, as it sold out within heartbeats? Do not dismay, simply bookmark this site and remain up to date with James' current project: creating a body of work based on a trip in Wyoming during which he followed the footsteps of the celebrated landscape painter Thomas Moran. Moran was born in James' home town of Bolton in the UK, where the Bolton public gallery will be exhibiting the resulting paintings in March 2014.


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