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At some point this past month ink+cotton started booking sooo many live screen printing events that we’ve outgrown every storage space imaginable. We are busy, and busy is good!
Someone really loves little “Conchita”, they love their dog so much that they screen printed a lost dog post to help find it. Anyone who spends that amount of time and energy on their pet’s lost poster must really love it and love screen printing.
Well ink+cotton is down for the cause! If you happen to live or work in the Lincoln Heights / Highland Park area here are the details…
Female, White Long Hair Chihuahua. With a Cream colored spot on her back.
7 years old, 6 Pounds. Microchip 4461284769
Last seen near Aldama and York on June 15th.
Call 310-437-9128 or 310-437-9129
We hope Conchita is reunited with her owner soon!
ink+cotton was commissioned to create several designs promoting T-Mobile’s new Sidekick 4G phone. Thousands of bags were screen printed as part of the promotion.
These messenger tote bags were given out as a promotional premium at the Armani Exchange Neon Carnival, Coachella afterparty. Bags were also distributed as part of the pop-up gifting suite inside the Sidekick 4G launch party where The Strokes performed an exclusive show.
They are single strap, messenger type, canvas totes from Wasatch printed with Triangle plastisol ink.
Poster for the band Gayngs and their performance at the Sasquatch Music Festival. Poster was printed using Permaprint acrylic water based ink on 100# poster stock.
Not sure who Gayngs are; Check out their video below.
Join ink+cotton to celebrate rock art legend David Byrd’s Art show & Bday. at Bedrock Studios in Echo Park!
David Byrd has created album covers, concert posters and packaging design for some of the biggest names in music. Between 1968 & 1973 he created posters for Jimi Hendrix, Jefferson Airplane, the Who & their rock opera Tommy; Traffic, Iron Butterfly, Ravi Shankar, and the Grateful Dead. In 1969 David created the commemorative poster for the legendary Woodstock Festival.
Along with several other prominent illustrators, received a Grammy Award for the album design and packaging of Tommy (by The Who).
The poster that Byrd created for Bill Graham’s Fillmore East, for the Jimi Hendrix Experience, was voted #8 in the Top 25 Rock Posters by Billboard Magazine.
From 7:00PM until 10:00PM
Los Angeles, CA 90026
ink+cotton is gearing up for Coachella 2011, do you believe it is only 2 weeks away? I feel like a kid waiting for Santa Clause to show up and bring 1,000 bands to the desert and rock out for 3 days straight. Oh, yeah; and we are Live Screen Printing at some of the coolest after parties.
Don’t have your after party plans sorted out for Saturday yet? If you are lucky enough to get into the Armani Exchange and 944 Magazine Neon Carnival party you can stop by our tent and get a very limited edition Armani tee. ink+cotton was on site for last year’s event, live screen printing for the crowds and this year we’ve got more shirts and all new designs.
Check us out on twitter – ink+cotton for updates and details.
Welcome to the new ink+cotton website. Does it look sort of familiar? It might because you were looking for the old theAcquisitioners.com or Eastoflabrea.com websites. Both the previous companies and visions have melted into ink+cotton.
What is ink+cotton?
ink+cotton provides creative event marketing and branded promotions through live screen printing, customization and gifting suite services, customized swag bags, pop-up retail and many other forms of experiential brand activations.
If you’ve ever heard Matt Mullenweg talk about the early days of WordPress, the South by Southwest (SxSW) Interactive festival that takes place each spring in Austin, TX usually crops up in the story. South by Southwest is in full swing right now, and WordPress has been all over the place.
On Friday the 11th, Matt was interviewed by John Battelle of Federated Media in front of a packed ballroom, talking about the future of WordPress. That night, the annual SxSW WordPress BBQ party played host to hundreds of WordPress users, developers, and businesspeople, and attendees got an extra treat this year in the form of a t-shirt made especially to commemorate WordPress and its Texas roots.
On Saturday the 12th, a second party co-hosted by the Austin WordPress Meetup Group and GeekAustin (and co-sponsored by the WordPress Foundation and WPEngine) brought together a similar crowd but with the addition of local WordPress community members who were not registered for the SxSW conference.
Starting today, the South by Southwest trade show opens, and this year for the first time it will feature an official WordPress Genius Bar. Staffed by professional WordPress support staff, developers, advanced users, theme designers, and even some of the core contributors and project leaders, the booth will be open from 11am-6pm each day to answer questions and help people with any WordPress problems they might have. If you are at South by Southwest this year, consider stopping by to say hello and pick up a WordPress button or sticker. We’ll also have a limited supply of the special WordPress/Texas shirts that we’ll be giving away at the booth, so if you’re at SxSW between now and Thursday, stop by. Hope to see you there!