SPC Print Club | Box #3

Our Print Club program is now available a la carte while supplies last!

This unique print collection showcases the many talented artists that are part of the Spudnik community. Each Print Box includes a selection of five prints created by Spudnik Press members including fine art, stationary, textiles, comics, artist books, and various other printed ephemera.

Funds raised through the Print Club directly fund the featured artists and help sustain Spudnik Press programs. Only 12 of each box are available! Full year subscriptions are available at any time for $299.

Box #3 Featured Members:

Spudnik Press Sticker, 2017
Andrew Ghrist

Andrew Ghrist is a Chicago based artist, illustrator, and printmaker. Ghrist's work seems to consist of equal parts fantastic organic illustration of nature and graphic elements created by the printmaking process. The prints, and even more so Ghrist's original drawings exhibit his dedication to craftsmanship and detail. This transforms the work into artifacts of countless hours spent diligently crouched over an image. Ghrist study printmaking and received his BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.


Explore (Hot Air Balloon), 2018
Letterpress Greeting Card
Raychel Steinbach Lauen
Current Location Press

Trained as a fine art printmaker, papermaker, and book artist at the Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Raychel Steinbach Lauen proudly wears the badge of letterpress nerd & is a lover of well-built tools. Current Location is a print shop on the move; Raychel pulls design influence from her time living throughout the Midwest as well as Hong Kong, PRC; Bangkok, Thailand; and Ballyvaughan, Ireland. She firmly believes that printmaking is still the most democratic of art form & that mailing beautiful hand-printed greeting card helps strengthen interpersonal connections.


Natural Flour Sack Towel, 2018
Jennifer Burak & Dan Spielman
Zerobird Studio

Zerobird is a screen printing and design studio run by the husband and wife team of Jennifer Burak and Dan Spielman. The name Zerobird is a tribute to the Jordans: Two wonderfully unique lovebirds that were cherished for many years. Jen and Dan now have two lovely cats; neither of which ate the Jordans.


Flower, 2018
6 color Risograph Book with offset, foil stamp, and minor die cut
Brad Rohloff | Bred Press

Brad Rohloff is a artist, printmaker, and comics maker hailing from Wisconsin but living in Chicago. His work ranges from appropriated sculptural and printed material to self published and performed comics. Brad runs an comics, zines, and artists’ books publishing house in Chicago called Bred Press, which looks to provide a platform by which to support domestic and international contemporary artists working within the medium of printed and published matter. Brad is a current studio tenant at Spudnik Press Cooperative and an alumnus of our
Internship and Fellowship programs.


Untitled (Tapestry Inspired), 2010
Lilli Carré

Lilli Carré is an interdisciplinary artist working primarily in experimental animation, sculpture, comics and drawing. Her films have shown in festivals throughout the US and abroad, including the Sundance Film Festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival, Animator Festival Poznan Poland, European Media Arts Festival, The Ann Arbor Film Festival, International Festival Rotterdam, 25FPS, and the Punto y Raya Film Festival. In 2010 she co-founded the Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation, which is held annually in Chicago, LA, and NYC. Her comics and illustration work has appeared in the New Yorker, The New York Times, Best American Comics and Best American Nonrequired Reading. Solo exhibitions of her drawing, animation, and sculpture have shown at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Western Exhibitions, and the Columbus Museum of Art. She has an MFA in Art Theory & Practice from Northwestern University and a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Lilli participated in Spudnik Press’ 2018 Invitational Publishing program in 2018 and is an alumna of our Residency program.