There were tiny toys, weird magazines, vintage clothes - oh and a pinch of screen printing - in a little shop-above-another-shop that Jim Madison and Connie Collingsworth started. Screen printing was just an interest at first - Print Mafia was an idea. Many painstaking church and community event t-shirts were produced and many tiny toys and weird stuff sold from the store before a first gig poster. In 1997, Print Mafia came into reality. Producing a huge catalog of gig posters in diverse genres, Print Mafia has made stuff. And made more stuff. And made stuff from other stuff. From The Melvins to Marilyn Manson, from Jack White to John Mayer. Each individual poster, and this is a vital rule of Print Mafia's work, is done by the hands of Jim or Connie and done with a personal creative investment to the particular event.
This silkscreen print was produced in an unknown edition size. It is hand signed.
Also known as silk screening, serigraphy is a process by which multiple layers of ink are manually pressed through fine screens, resulting in an art print that resembles a painting on paper.