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Mayor Villaraigosa and Caine chillin, talking shop, making deals. These dudes rock. Check out the Mayors story on wiki. He’s an incredibly interesting man. Tees printed by Level Press in Downtown Los Angeles, CA.
Hand pulled posters, sometimes, is the ONLY way to go when it comes to band tour posters. At least that’s what the Warner Dr. guys thought, fresh off their recently successful Kickstarter project for their upcoming European tour. The posters were a 2 color print with water based ink on 100# cover stock white paper. [...]
Our friend, Matt, over at dropthebeatz.com wanted some ladies crop tops for his collection, so we printed using black water based ink over some Rad American Apparel neon tops. Lookin good Matt! He knows how to keep those ladies coming in!
If you don’t know now you know. We’re printing tee shirts for this rad little #DTLA #n00b #entrapraneur #visionary who created Caine’s Aracade. Buy his goods at his store here. We’re so stoked to be working with these guys. We also had a couple guests in the shop today to help us with the job.Level [...]
Feist, just off her recent Coachella appearance, continues to tour thru the south. Check out her tour posters for a Texas show coming up. Great artwork, single color print on 110# cover stock paper. Another example of how great artwork makes the printing look so much better! (Designed by Simone Rubi)
Printing a really great graphic for Awaken the Empire tour merch for their new upcoming tour with Eyes Set to Kill. This shows how a really well designed graphic goes a long way and really enhances the quality of the print!
Shawn and Jake from Maniac popped into the studio recently to prep for their tour with Foxy Shazam. We were honored to have these incredible artists working at the Level Press shop, doing what they do. Also, the poster art was the cover art for the most recent LA Canvas mag.