NO PLASTIC SLEEVES

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 9:54 am

It is an honor to have our promo book on NoPlasticSleeves.com. Many thanks to Danielle Currier for taking the time to review our work and post it to their blog. We really appreciate it and love the No Plastic Sleeves book as well. Design, layout and binding by design intern, Ali Doucette.

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AIGA HOLIDAY POP-UP SHOP!

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 11:36 am

We’re happy to announce that our PHILA/PENNA shirts will be for sale at AIGA Philadelphia’s Pop-Up shop! They’re available in a variety of sizes and in Men’s and Women’s cuts. They’re super comfortable, Made in the USA, and make a killer gift!

Visit 72 North 2nd Street (at Arch Street)…There will be a wide-range of designer gifts from many talented Philadelphia-area designers and artists. More below from AIGA Philadelphia’s website:

Friends don’t let friends gift ugly holiday sweaters. ‘Tis the season for local design talent to shine: AIGA Philadelphia will be cleverly transforming SPACE into a Pop-Up Shop for December! The SPACE Pop-Up Shop will open on First Friday—December 6th—with additional hours through December (Thursdays 3–7pm, Fridays & Saturdays 1–7pm). We look forward to kicking off the holiday season with the Philly community!

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PA GENERAL STORE

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 11:06 am

We are very pleased to now have our PHILA/PENNA t-shirts available in the Pennsylvania General Store in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood of Philadelphia.

Pick one up today for the holiday season! They’re designed by us in Philly, screen-printed in Pennsylvania, super comfortable, and the shirts are Made in the USA.

This is the latest news in our most recent self-initiated studio project! Stay tuned — We’re hoping to get some in their downtown Reading Terminal Market location as well, but for now, you’ll have to visit their Chestnut Hill store. Their Chestnut Hill store address is 8518 Germantown Ave., Phila., Penna. 19118. Their hours are Monday – Saturday (10 AM to 6 PM); Sunday (11 PM to 5PM).

Some photos below of the store-front, our custom tags and shirt labels, and our shirts in their store. Enjoy!

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BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND…

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 4:30 pm

No, really. 70-some kind people had requested that my PHILA/PENNA shirt be brought back up on CottonBureau’s website. We can’t complain. It’ll be available for purchase over the next two weeks. Thanks for taking a look… You can PURCHASE PHILA/PENNA HERE!

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SDD CARDS ON BEAUTY OF LETTERPRESS!

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 4:23 pm

We recently letterpressed our latest batch of business cards with Two Paperdolls in Wayne, PA. It’s a 2-color letterpress over a blind hit of our logo – creating a de-bossed effect. Check out more info at Beauty of Letterpress.

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PHILA PENNA SHIRTS!

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 3:01 pm

About a month or so ago now, I posted about my Phila/Penna (Philadelphia/Pennsylvania in case you didn’t know the abbreviations or aren’t from around here) shirt design I had accepted by CottonBureau… I just got a look at the final printed shirts and couldn’t be happier. Great printing, a comfortable shirt – all backed by wonderful service.

So proud of the design and I need to thank each and every person who purchased a shirt to help me reach my minimum order goal. Some folks have missed out on the two-week order window and asked how they can get one, so I put the design on my Society6 store page. Feel free to order the one-color design here for yourself or anyone you may know that is from Philadelphia or Pennsylvania. Thanks, in advance, for looking and for the support! Link and photo below:

My Society6 STORE PAGE

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LETTERCULT – BEST OF 2012

Posted by Steve DeCusatis @ 8:08 pm

Brian Jaramillo runs a blog called LetterCult and they recently released their Best of 2012. It includes submissions from various artists using custom type and letters in their work.

We were lucky enough to have five of our designs from 2012 selected to be on their blog (shown below). To view the complete Best of 2012, please visit: http://www.lettercult.com/archives/3985#more-3985

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