Archive for ‘Screen Printing’
Both of the Magazine Street shops have received some very colorful tissue paper to jazz up our holiday gift-wrap! Also, We recently got some black handled bags, which helps the tissue really pop! (Fun fact: The awesome black bags were personally screen printed by STORYVILLE’s very own Screen Printing Staff! Keepin’ it local! ) If [...]
*NEW* T-Shirt Design hits SoCo!! Celebrate Austin’s unique “Hippie” heritage with this Storyville Original design! Only $22!
Hi all! In case you weren’t already aware, I’d like to enlighten you on our amazing print shop located in New Orleans. Not only do they pump out shirt after awesome shirt into our stores for your buying pleasure, they also cater to your other shirt wearing needs. If you are looking for a certain [...]
Bicycles are good for the environment and guess what, so is this shirt. “That’s How I Roll” is hand printed on 100% organic cotton!!! It is perfect riding weather in Austin right now so hop on your bike and cruise down to Storyville to pick up this shirt for only $16!!!
Next week, Storyville will begin a big move to a much bigger print shop. We’ve outgrown our 2,000 square foot print shop on Magazine Street, so we are moving to a 6,000 square foot print shop in Mid-City New Orleans. The new address is 4431 Euphrosine, site of the old C.V. Harold Rubber Company. Even [...]
This morning, Storyville signed a lease that will move our New Orleans screen printing operations to a much bigger facility in Mid-City. We’ll be upgrading from a 2,700 square-foot art gallery to a 6,000 square-foot warehouse, which will enable us to grow our screen printing services and become even better at what we do. Stay [...]
WE’RE GOIN’ DOWN PRINTS, DRAWINGS & INSTALLATIONS by Ben Fox-McCord and Craig Branum GALLERY OPENING & RECEPTION Saturday, February 12, 2011 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. ANTENNA 3161 Burgundy Street New Orleans, LA 70117 Ben Fox-McCord is an illustrator and installation artist with a background in printmaking. He is a Tennessee native and recent transplant [...]
Storyville is now silk screening on Magazine Street in New Orleans. Today, the Storyville Print Shop has printed its very first tee shirts and baby onesies. This marks the first time that Storyville has had a stand-alone printing operation. Up until this point, Storyville printed all of its apparel in the back of Chimes Street [...]