Hot off the presses is our largest serigraph yet –20×28 inches, and three colors. The print shows the Ohio River, downtown, Over-the-Rhine, Mt. Auburn, Clifton, the University of Cincinnati, and parts of Queensgate, the West End, and Mt. Adams. You can recognize the major buildings and landmarks by their distinctive shapes. The coordinates in the lower left corner reference the heart of Fountain Square.
The colors are dark green, pale blue, and orange-red on heavyweight bright white, acid-free, recycled stock from French Paper. The paper measures 20×28 inches, and the print was printed in an edition of 20, each signed and numbered. The print is available framed at MiCA 12/v and unframed in our online shop.
Those of you who know our work are familiar with the Over-the-Rhine Footprint print, which has been our biggest hit to date. We’ve printed it on practically every color imaginable, and on wood veneer.
Seeing this new print, I’m wondering if it isn’t time to revisit the design of the other one. What do y’all think? If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it? Or, am I right that it’s time?