In the Woods - New Pieces - Sneak Peek
Please join us at our studio/gallery at The Bread Box as we share some new works. This is a sneak peek show as we work towards our larger, solo show for the Living Arts & Science Center later this year.
Friday, June 20th - 5-8pm
The Cricket Press Studio + Gallery is located at 501 W. Sixth Street in the Bread Box Studio Artists space, which is behind West Sixth Brewing. We are an official stop on the Lexington Gallery Hop, so along with our little event, there will also be new works on display by the rest of the Bread Box Studio artists.
Here’s glimpse of the logo, shirt and CD we recently designed for the…
Empty Bottle String Band
A post of the full CD when we can get our hands on one!
Our poster design for the Living Arts & Science Center’s annual Bike Prom!
Sat. June 7th - 6pm
Get all dressed up in your prom attire, glam up your bike, and race (or casually ride) through downtown Lexington.
A little poster design we threw together for West Sixth and Wallace Station's summer music series.
This is part of a new series of “Coming of age” art prints. Nothing is better than catching lightning bugs on a summer evening! Now available in our Etsy Shop or Cricket Press site!
4 color screen print
on 110 lb. oatmeal cover
16” x 20”
Limited Edition of only 60
New Mini Art Prints are now available in our Etsy shop!
Man from the Moon
4 color screenprints
6” x 8”
Edition of 50
signed & numered
Ships flat, packaged in a clear sleeve with archival backing.
One more shout-out to some of the amazing things happening in Lexington…all bike related…because May is bike month. (photos from top to bottom)
Tomorrow, May 31st - 10am, is one of our all-time favorite events: Bike Lexington! Join thousands of cyclists to reclaim the streets of Lexington in the Family Fun Ride! (photo shared from their website)
Then there are regular Progressive Dinners. We’ve done many of them and they are a blast. A group of 50-60 bikers ride from venue to venue where amazing food & drink are provided. The one we attended last week benefited Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop! They happen a few times a year…so always check for the next one. Tickets sell fast.
And next weekend, Sat. June 7th - 6pm, will be the Living Arts & Science Center’s annual Bike Prom! (we did the poster;).
Get all dressed up in your prom attire, glam up your bike, and race (or casually ride) through downtown Lexington. (again, photo shared from their website)
So much bike goodness it gets us excited…so, we designed the above “Get Out & Ride” postcard!
At a Lexington Legends game and more Lexington love.
And we have to admit…though we didn’t do it…we love the new logo for the team.
We took our lil’ aussie Emmet to the Lexington Humane Society’s…
…last weekend and walked & talked with hundreds of other local dog lovers while raising thousands for the Humane Society!
This week we thought we’d highlight some of the amazing events that happen here in our lovely hometown of Lexington!
We played a small role in the creation of the new West Sixth Brewery / Broke Spoke Beer Bike! It debuted last weekend at the Think Local, Drink Local event.
Along with a dollar from every pour from the bike benefiting the Broke Spoke Community bike shop…there were also these amazing, stainless-steel pint glasses available. Of course we grabbed a couple!
We love all our Bread Box neighbors!
Another Poster Week concludes with this new, little piece…
Tiny Ice-Cream Truck!
Now available in out Etsy Shop.
2 color screenprint
6” x 8”
edition of 40
Poster Week - Day 4
Our poster design for the 2014…
Join thousands of cyclists to reclaim the streets of Lexington in this Family Fun Ride! Plus: Sprout Sprint, Kids’ Bike Safety Rodeo, bike and helmet giveaways, booths, music, and the Family Fun Ride takes off at 10am!
Poster Week - Day 3
We are super excited about our poster design for the indy film…
After winning second place in a play writing contest, Bulgarian Krasimira Stanimirova travels to the rolling hills of Kentucky for the premiere of her dark, Communist-era autobiographical play ‘Black Coat.’
We were lucky enough to get a copy of the film before we designed the poster and it is a beautiful story…well acted, well shot, excellently edited. Locally, it will be debuting later this summer at the Kentucky Theater where these posters will be available!
4 color screenprint
12” x 18”
Edition of 60
Poster Week Day 2!
We’ve been privileged to create the poster for the Rock the Earth Summer Tour series for 4 years now! For 2014 we wanted to focus on urban gardening & sustainability.
The poster is also printed on 100% recycled paper, created with 100% green hydropower (just like ALL of our posters, btw!).
3 color screenprint
edition of 125