Author Archives: Michael Slack

Primus Poster

Just received a box filled with these beauties. I created this for the band Primus.  A different artists was commissioned to create a poster for each date on their spring  tour. Mine was for the Orpheum Theatre gig in Vancouver. The line up of artists is very impressive and I’m incredibly excited to have participated.  Continue reading →

Primus Poster Screen Print

Limited edition 5 color screen print. Print measures 18 x 24 inches  Signed and numbered edition of 200. Printed by the incredible ink slingers at Monolith Press.  Print is shipped in a tube.
$50

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U.S. (free)$50.00 USD
International (+ $10)$60.00 USD Continue reading →

Edgar Allan Poe’s Pie

Is this poetry? Math? A brainteaser? Yes! It’s all that and more. The poet J. Patrick Lewis has reimagined classic poems such as Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven” and Langston Hughes’s “April Rain Song” and added a dash of math. Between the silly parodies and the wonderfully wacky art, kids will have so much fun Continue reading →

Conundrum Print

Wonderful wall decor for any room with a mid century, modern vibe.
These prints are printed with soy based inks on micro thin plastic and are limited to an edition of 70. Each print is signed and number on the back and comes with the option of being drilled with a hanging hole (ready to Continue reading →

Monkey Truck

Monkey Truck is a truck with a mission. He’s on the lookout for all sorts of jungle bungles. This playful picture book, with its chant-along language and plucky pictures, is perfect for little ones who like trucks and animals (probably the two most popular toddler topics). The paper-over-board format complete with heavy interior stock makes it Continue reading →

Scruffy Kitty: Children’s Book App

Say hello to the newest, most lovable digital cat on the block. Tap pulsing objects to activate animations. Join the adorable fun loving cat as he finds all manner of ways to make himself an irresistible stray. Follow the playful and animated illustrations and read the story in 5 languages: English, French , Dutch, Spanish, Continue reading →