Recently, and after a pretty long hiatus, I returned to art school to earn my degree. While I was in school, I fell in love with printmaking. All types, really, but mostly relief and screen printing. During my senior year, I was also fortunate enough to intern for a semester at a local letterpress studio and to spend two weeks over the summer in an intensive Traditional Sign Painting class, both of which intensified my love (obsession? It's a fine line) for typography in my prints.

Fast forward a couple of years and I have found myself with a home and studio full-to-bursting of prints, printed cards, and posters and I have ZERO drawer space, counter space, or even wall space left. Even the laundry room and garage are floor-to-ceiling prints. I finally came to the conclusion that if I intended to keep making stuff I either needed to banish my family (tempting on many levels but ultimately impractical) or open a shop, hence Red Flag Print Shop. 

Every item I make has it's own story. Some of the stories come from my childhood while others come from a fun night of Cards Against Humanity and a bottle of wine. You might be surprised which is which.