Neighborhood Studio Prints

Talented designer Curtis Jinkins has recently set up shop as Neighborhood Studio, starting with a series of awesome hand-printed posters. I can’t decide if I prefer this modern monochromatic animal alphabet—a welcome change from all of the hyper-colorful ones out there—or the series of retro typographic prints featuring classic songs, like “Eye of the Tiger” and “Beat It.” Either way, they’re all great—check ‘em out.

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  2. Luke Bott says:

    man... these are slick!
  3. Neighborhood Studio: Animals A-Z | Colossal says:

    [...] wonderful new print available at Neighborhood Studio, a new shop from designer Curtis Jenkins. (via design work life) You might also like... February 26, 2011 • [...]
  4. Jose Lopez says:

    Curtis Jinkins is truly a talented and skilled creative. Glad he's able to display these tasteful designs in our current exhibit, 'Typeface'!
  5. Connie says:

    Thanks so much for sharing! I posted it on my blog today: http://www.daydreamincolor.com/?p=162
  6. brooke @ claremont says:

    These are wonderful! I've been wanting to do my own design series with great song lyrics, but I was never sure if there would be copyright issues if I wanted to sell the designs. It seems like everyone does it, but that doesn't always mean it's totally okay/legal to do. Any ideas or insight?
  7. Daydream in Color » Daydream in Alphabets says:

    [...] Origami Animals Print by Curtis Jinkins of Neighborhood Studios via Design Work Life:  [...]
  8. Empire Ave | Carbon Copy Styling says:

    [...] Enter this tee from Deus. The original art (I’m pretty sure), comes from a guy called Curtis Jenkins. [...]
  9. Carbon Copy Styling | Rogue Mag says:

    [...] Enter this tee from Deus. The original art (I’m pretty sure), comes from a guy called Curtis Jenkins. [...]
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