Hot off the press for the holidays is our Cincinnati Building Footprint screenprint showing 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 buildings and landmarks by their distinctive shapes. The coordinates in the lower left reference Fountain Square.
If I’m not mistaken, this is our fifth edition of this print in about three years, each time in different colors. So, three editions of 20 prints, plus one mini edition of 10, and now 20 more — wow, that’s a lot of Cincinnati love!
This version is black and grey with the river in a color that’s somewhere between aquamarine and teal. It’s my recent color obsession, and I hope you like it.
In case you’re wondering how a large print like this [20×28 inches] gets printed in the little screenprinting studio in our apartment, here’s how — the entire floor becomes a drying rack, with each print resting on a piece of scrap chipboard so as not to stain the floor or rug: