Prints & Pints: Art + Work

Art + Work, October 16, 2017, 7PM The Mandate Press and AIGA SLC is kicking off design week with our next Prints & Pints show. Exploring the place where art and business meet. Graphic design, architecture, advertising, environmental design, we could go on but you get it. These are…

National Poster Retrospecticus Pop Up – August 8th

We’re excited to be hosting an event with The NPR (not to be confused with the other NPR, but they are welcome too). The NPR is an amazing traveling poster show from some serious bad ass illustrators & talented designers. You should definitely come, it’s free and open to the…

Event: The Moveable Type Truck & The Mandate Press

  We’re so excited and honored to have Kyle Durrie of Power and Light Press (Portland) stop at The Mandate Press! So here’s the short and the long about Kyle and The Moveable Type Truck: Kyle was a girl who loved two things, letterpress and road trips. So, in…

Carl Richards: The Best Coffee Date, Ever

Carl Richards is probably the one person you would love to have coffee with. Maybe even a beer. Or tapas. Well, quite frankly you want to be with Carl Richards anywhere that there is ready access to a cocktail napkin and a pen. Carl has created a name for…

Tip of the Hat to Baltimore Print Studios

A while ago we did a small favor for our friend Kyle over at Baltimore Print Studios. He so kindly repaid the favor ten times over by sending us some really great gems. We love it when the world works like this. You buy lunch today – we will…

Split Fountain!

Some time ago we posted about a split fountain adventure with Shayma Golden. Today’s split fountain action is provided by artwork from Salt Lake City tattoo artist, Tyler Densley. He is currently the November coverboy for SLUG magazine. Tyler asked us to print the covers for his new zine, Acid…

Double XL Solvent Transfer + Tutorial!

When we get a wild hair to do something aesthetic around the shop, we want it done big. Sometimes ‘big’ refers to something that seems small but ends up being a much larger project (mainly because of our demand for things to be near perfect- and ‘perfect’ who knows…