CATEGORY

Silkscreen

RANK


PRODUCTION DETAILS

Quantity

150

Page Count

Number of Colors

2

Binding

Dimensions

18 × 24

Paper Stock

French Paper Newsprint, White, 80lb cover

Special Techniques


PRODUCTION CREDITS

Silkscreener

Tim Styles


TAGS

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LINKS

mamas-sauce.com

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CLIENT

Clark Orr is a free­lance design­er and illus­tra­tor spe­cial­iz­ing in logos, brand­ing, pack­ag­ing, and appar­el designs.


BRIEF

This art print for Gallery 1988 presents assem­bly instruc­tions for the most cov­et­ed of child’s toys: the Hov­er­board. Did we men­tion the instruc­tions are in 3D? Wel­come to the future.


APPROACH

Back To The Future is one of my favorite films (and series). So when Gallery 1988 invit­ed me to be in their Prod­uct Place­ment show, a poster show based on fake prod­ucts from cin­e­ma, the Hov­er­board was the obvi­ous sub­ject choice for me. 3D comics have always intrigued me, so I decid­ed to take on the chal­lenge of learn­ing to cre­ate an anaglyph 3D print (red/blue glass­es and all), in the form of an assem­bly manual/diagram of the Hov­er­board. Metic­u­lous col­or sep­a­rat­ing and live-test­ing launched this piece into my most ambi­tious and proud­est piece yet.

PRODUCTION LESSONS

Balancing the opacities of the ink was very touchy but essential for the 3D effect to work.

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