What is a Print Stone?

An extra special package was waiting for me at my office upon my return to work this tuesday.  I knew the package was coming, it was no surprise, but I was excited as heck to open it and see what was inside.  My print antique collection is now one step closer to complete, because I […]

Hospitals: A Printing GOLDMINE

Good Morning Fellow Print Nuts! I have an announcement to make – Meet Jack Edward Szubinski My wife and I are pleased to announce the birth of our baby boy. He was born last monday and my wife and I spent the majority of last week at Prentice Hospital in downtown Chicago.  Great place, great […]

Pantone before Pantone was Pantone

Back in 1692 an artist known only as “A. Boogert” sat down and produced a book about mixing watercolors.  His plan was to show all possible color variations achievable in watercolor painting.  By adding water and dyes, Boogert was able to create what many would consider the precursor to the Pantone Color Guide. At just […]