May 25, 2011
January 4, 2011
December 2009, LXIII:VI
Print's Regional Design Annual features two wins. One for Cinemocracy and one for our MATTERIAL product line, plus a short feature on MATTERIAL in the back pages of the annual.
Abrams Image, 2009
Change, Hope, Progress, which was presented at Manifest Hope Gallery in Denver, is included in this collection. The originals are owned by Hill Harper. Paper prints from the same hand cut stencils are available for sale here.
February 10, 2009
The University of Denver student paper covers the Tolerance Trunk we designed and built for the Center for Judaic Studies at University of Denver.
May 2008, Vol. 08 Issue 06
Dwell Magazine included our MATTERIAL product line in their Design at Work feature.
August 15, 2008
Buffalo Business First reported on the Typecon service work initiative at Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School in Buffalo, NY. The initiative was chaired by Carima El Behary and taught by Stewf Coles, Stephanie Gerling, Ben Van Dyke and Rick Griffith.
December 11, 2008
A synopsis of the MDPL program in which we taught students to layout and produce their own school magazine, Manual High School.
December 14, 2008
The Denver Post reports on Rick's recent letterpress activities.
November/December 2006, LX:VI
The four pieces highlighted here were all letterpress printed in the studio and also represent two of the three most important collaborations of the studio thus far, one with educator and typographer Ed Fella and the other with publisher and designer of Sherbert Magazine, Dan Weise.
October 20, 2002
Patrick Sweeney wrote this article after becoming fascinated with the work we did and the kinds of apparatus we had on hand. I suppose we were thrilled, though this might have been a case of business fetishism.
November/December 2002, LVI:IV
Almost entirely MATTER branded products and promos are the fare of this Regional Design Annual inclusion. I don't think we're willing to concede that the work we did for clients was bad. It was a while ago, I'm not sure if I remember that well.