Headed toward the hills today to visit A Mystery In Common’s new studio space. The studio’s shack-like appearance is deceiving of the work taking place inside while the rural and sublime setting serve as a constant inspiration for the studio’s proprietor . Even though the studio is still a work in progress they were kind enough to let me have a look.
A Mystery In Common is dedicated to using earth friendly and sustainable materials throughout the printing process, something you don’t find from many screen printing shops. From printing on organic cotton to using water based inks they have tried to minimize their impact as much as possible. The end result is a hand crafted and high quality product.
I can’t tell you how many of their shirts I have, but I have many. Most of the designs are first hand drawn before they are scanned and turned into screens. Tristan then prints each shirt with the help of his lovely friend Grace.
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