2015 Hartford Handsome Roundup

The 2015 Hartford Handsome finalists are a fantastic group of Hartford’s most stylish gents. If you haven’t learned all about them(and all of the participants from the two-week campaign!) over at the Hartford Handsome blog, here’s the rundown on the final five. Tyron has always bee[...] Read More

The Mapping of Letterpress

Map: a visual representation of an area, a symbolic representation of elements in space. Maps have been used for thousands of years to communicate, orient, teach, and to illuminate. In letterpress and design, maps offer a fabulous blend of lines, shapes, symbols, density, and negative space to play [...] Read More

Greetings from Hartford!

We are thrilled to be rolling out our new line of Hartford-themed greeting cards!  We think these cards are fabulous (if we do say so ourselves!) and wanted to take a minute to tell you more about them.Here is the full set of five cards: As you can see, the cards share a general aesthetic: [&hellip[...] Read More

October is RAW!

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A second chance to see Home Is Where ♥ford Is!

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Open Space by Andrés

My image of the three Hartford buildings popping out of the map of Connecticut is the end of a very long process for me. My idea started with a bedroom scene where one wall had a brick pattern with radio station call numbers in the bricks. The other wall had a pattern of flags representing […[...] Read More

The Gold Building by Ashley

A tourist group walks around the city of Hartford on a brisk October afternoon, enjoying the beautiful architecture. Suddenly, an amazing building catches the eye of one of the tourists, just as the sun is setting behind it: “Hey, what’s that building over there?” she inquires. “Which one?[...] Read More

Homeward Bound by Brian

The beginning of my artwork was not a sure thing- I started with only a bus. I got the idea of a bus because I was thinking about how I spend my days, how I get to school and to work. I realized that I see a lot of the city from inside the city […][...] Read More

A Stegosaurus In Hartford by Danny

This piece took me longer to complete then I planned for. Getting my carvings to print together perfectly was very difficult because the drawing was so weirdly shaped, just like the actual sculpture. It was hard to make all three colors line up perfectly. I ended up having to carve everything twice.[...] Read More

The Heart of Hartford by India

When I first started thinking about this project, my idea was to draw the Hartford Building. I began to rethink this idea when most of my colleagues also started drawing buildings. I began to realize that for me, Hartford is not represented by the buildings but by the details of the city. I was havi[...] Read More