DUSTIN PARKER AT TILT UNION

I’m extremely happy to FINALLY announce that I will be the guest artist this month at Tilt Union’s next screen-printing workshop.

Print Session with Dustin Parker – Tilt Union screen printing studio – Sutton Place Building – 209 E William – 6th Floor at the east end of the hall – Tuesday October 11th, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm – $40 – class size is limited to 8 people!

Enroll now at https://squareup.com/store/tiltunion/item/print-session-1.

We’re thrilled to have Dustin Parker as our guest artist this October at Tilt Union! Dustin is an accomplished illustrator and graphic designer, as well an all-around artistic bad-ass. Check out his blog at https://dustinparkerarts.wordpress.com and examples of his artwork at http://www.dustinparker.com.

We are trying something different this class – Attendees will receive two original and unique prints from the session! We plan to finish printing a full 18 x 24 poster during the first half of our time, and the second half attendees will be able to print a second illustration from Dustin’s artwork. Everyone will take away their own limited edition prints at the end of the session. Additional prints of the large poster will be available for $30.

We supply the ink, paper and beverages – but you’re welcome to BYOB if you like! Any questions, please contact: brad@tiltunion.com. Class size is limited, so sign up now!

Location: Tilt Union screen printing studio, Sutton Place Building, 209 E William, Wichita, KS – 6th Floor at the east end of the hall

18x24_Poster-TemplateDETAIL “THE BRIDE”
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