This Monday, a group of students from Georgia Tech called Viva Studio, visited our studio at The Center for Design Study. Viva is an open group of friends who believe in the awesomeness of studio culture. They feel that, as compared to other academic models, studio allows for the creation of uncommon relationships and bodies of work. Viva exists, at its core, to celebrate that and connect people who feel the same way.
We collaborated together on a T-shirt design for the studio tour and got everyone to bring some blanks. We screen printed, drank some beer, ate some pretzels and screen printed some more. We even let them experiment with some of our other screens, luckily no one died. Thanks to Ted Ullrich and Josh Tuminella for hooking us up with the photos. If you want to see more photos from this Monday’s tour or of their past tours, click here.
More photos from Viva Studio @ EC after the jump.
EC x Viva Tee
Learning how to screen print.
The group gathered around the screen printing table.
Ted printing his own shirt.
Amelia experimented a lil with the Medusa screen.
The EC x Viva Screen.
Larry demonstrating how to print.