Print sale for a good cause

Post Typography is selling posters and prints to benefit a Sandy stricken listener-sponsored Jersey radio station


Some of the posters the Baltimore design shop Post Typography is selling on Saturday for a good cause.

Photo by: Post Typography

Post Typography has helped The Brew and, well, we like to help them back.

On Saturday, Dec. 8, they’re opening their studio for a one-day-only print sale from 12 pm to 5 pm.

The sale will feature limited edition prints, posters and artwork from their past ten years, including prints from their recent OSAYCANYOUSEE exhibition at the WindUp Space and, currently, Art in the Age in Philadelphia. Among the other prints available will be some rare Post Typography-designed poster — some of which have never been available for sale in Baltimore.

These include: Dan Deacon tour posters, Built to Spill, Double Dagger, Alien, Groundhog Day, Godspeedyoublackemperor! and more! Prints are available for as little as $10.

The sale benefits a worthy cause. The shop will donate “most of the purchase price of each piece of artwork”to WFMU’s Hurricane Sandy recovery fund.

“New Jersey-based WFMU (the planet’s best freeform, listener-supported radio station) sustained serious damage from the hurricane, and Post Typography wants to help keep them on the air,” they said in their news release.

The studio is located at 3 West 23rd Street.

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