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In Good Company.



Pretty excited that Southern Living blogged about our latest print. She is called Bourbon & Horses and would be a worthy snag as we only printed up a few and the Derby is right around the corner. And that news got us on the front page of SouthernLiving.com, so I'm stoked there.

Check the print out here.

And if you want to see our name is lights, you can read the Southern Living post right here.


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Billy Bible



We've got up a new print today. It's a deconstruction of part of the Oklahoma flag and it's named for a family member from way back in the day: a Cherokee relative with a fitting name for a print with 6 crosses on it.

Another name came up at dinner about a fellow named Alfred E. Mudeater. Now, I'm not judging Alfred one bit, but I think Mr. Bible comes in a bit stronger.

Give her look and a read...

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Volunteer.


New print up in the shop today. Called Volunteer and based on the very first flag of Tennessee. A flag that didn't last real long but that we're bringing back.

See it here. 

Oh, and that background was an old shed door our neighbor threw out. So glad we could give it some more life.




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Patriot's Day



Yesterday we were handed an awful blow in our adopted city. Families here are hurting, and we want to be good neighbors.

So we're teaming up with Union Press to make our very first New England print. It's based on the first flag of New England. Cause when you live in Boston, you realize how close all of the Northeast really as. As goes Boston, so goes New England.

All profits will go to help the...

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OK46


Took a year and a half, but we've now got up a print for Oklahoma. We've called it OK46 and you can find it here.

She's a recreation of the first flag of Oklahoma. A flag that flew from 1911 until 1925. Taken down cause we Americans started getting a little worried about the Russians and communism and thought that anything red would turn our children into bad people, I guess.

The flag was red....

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In Garden & Gun.


We all know there's something about getting a good magazine in the mail. Seeing it in a pile of junk mail on the floor by the mail slot. A masthead, popping out from the bills, that is smiling at you, winking, whispering “You and me, sir, are going to spend some time together over coffee come Saturday. Just you wait and see.”

And when you get to tearing through that good magazine, one of your...

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Good news comes in threes -or- MS, LA, & DC



I don't have much news this morning other than we got three (!) new prints good to go for all the folks shopping for the holidays.

A new one for Louisiana.

One for the District of Columbia.

And another one for Mississippi.

They're all good print, of course, but the last one is particularly exciting for me. We're going to donate 10% of the proceeds of that print to schools in Mississippi. Yup. Doing...

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