The Point.B Studio Centennial Edition

In 2015, The building that is home to Point.B Studio turned 100 years old and we celebrated the occasion with a time capsule exhibit and the release of the 351-Centennial Editions. The editions consist of our 351-Centennial Poster (#351100) and a new "What Would Luther Burbank Do? (#WWLBD?) edition.

The 351-Centennial Poster
17" x 24" / Unframed / Limited edition of 51 — $100

351-Centennial is imaged to 100% cotton rag paper using archival pigmented inks. Signed by the artist(s). Custom framing can be arranged through Point.B Studio.

WWLBD? — #351100

Three posters that capture the essence of Americana through elegant design and imagery from the Smithsonian archives. Each museum-quality poster includes scans of artwork from the 19th century that were meticulously retouched, brightened and enhanced to restore their previous grandeur. The resulting art has been released into the public domain to improve our Nation’s Attic.

The Memory Palace Press

A collaborative art project commissioned by Public.Resource.Org, enlisting the participation of an eclectic group of creative folk, including a team of home-brewers fashioning the nation’s first open-source beer, Our Nation's Attic. The artists agreed at the outset to improve the data and return the revitalized ingredients into the public domain for others to remix, re-use and enjoy.

Every seed packet used in these three posters were carefully restored and composited at high resolution to the artist’s vision. The poster art is then imaged with archival high dynamic range inks to capture the original detail in the seed catalogs, the full spectrum of color, and the precision of the vector art used in the restoration method.