Methane Studios Creative Process

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Methane Studios is located in Sharpsburg, Georgia. The studio was co-found by Mark McDevitt and Robert Lee in 1998. They make illustration and silkscreen prints. They are now world-widely known studio printing unique style prints. They sell the prints online and offline. They do not own a personal offline shop, but they sell prints in various wholesale shops. McDevitt and Lee also placed their award-winning prints in “Wilco, Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews Band, Rilo Kiley and others” ("Artist"). They emphasized that all of the process are “hand-on and personal,” because they actually don’t use a computer in any print process. The first process in Methane Studios is sketching on paper with pencil. The artist put a transparency on top of the sketched …show more content…
Other than prints they did not post any work beside it. But there was something interesting facts in their website. There are five different categories of prints they offer: Art, Gig, Dave Matthews, Tea Towels, and Greeting Cards. In Art Print section, they posted all kinds of screen prints. Some of them have completely straight lines with neat illustration that looks like they were done by computer and some of them looks cozy that it literally seems to be done by hands. In Gig section, all of the prints have unusual titles, such as “Blitzen Trapper – Truth” or “Lorde –Bottle.” Gig prints are the pieces that Mark and Robert made by the inspiration by the bands around the world. Because of that fact, the prints look completely different from any other sections. The colors are much more vibrant and colorful, and the illustration looks expressive by the title or the mood of the band. I never heard of the most of the bands in Gig Prints, but I was able to see what kinds of music and album each of them makes. Dave Matthews section seems to have a similar look like in Gig Prints, and that is because it is an American band called DMB. The Studio started to produce DMB concert posters since 2007, and it became the main poster producer from 2008 to present days. The studio is selling the 2015 concert posters only. The Tea Towel and Greeting Card section is based on the previous prints and made into a different practical

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