Flatstock Hamburg, Germany

September 18, 2013

Clintprints is once again traveling abroad to exhibit across the globe. This time I will be traveling to three new countries…The Netherlands, Germany and Turkey! While in the Netherlands I will be spending some time with the awesome artist Mirjam Dijkema, visiting Vera Studios in Groningen and taking a trip across the German countryside with artist Joris Diks. In Hamburg the American Poster Institute will be hosting the 10th European flatstock at the Reeperbahn festival and I will have a booth featuring the work of myself, Clint Wilson. If you happen to be around during Reeperbahn please stop by my booth and say hello. Check out this amazing poster created to advertise Flatstock Hamburg this year:

After visiting Germany I will tour Turkey for a good week.

I intend to document my travels and adventures with video logs that I will upload to clintprints.com. If you would like to follow my travels please frequently visit my “Adventures” page. Also friend me or like Clintprints on FB to see my travel logs. Bon Voyage!



September 17, 2013

September brings us a whole new type of animal…or rather a plant. Bernard is a Saguaro Cactus and he lives in Marfa, Texas. He is a little lonely given that there aren’t many choices in friends in the desert…also anyone that tries to become his friend is usually prickled. If only little Bernard were given a good home to rest in. That’s where you come in! Bernard will be available at both Parts and Labor and Nakatomi very soon.

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September 17, 2013

Here at Clintprints things have been rather busy, so I must apologize in advance because Vincent is a little late to the release. Vincent was born at Clintprints in August and is a very sly fella. He is a Bushmaster Pit viper and he lives in the deep jungles of the Amazon in Santarem, Brazil. Vincent will soon be available in both Part and Labor in Austin, TX and on Nakatomi in sets of a 12×12 print, a 5×5 print and a sticker. Say hello to Vincent:

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Keiko the Koi

June 20, 2013

Welcome to the month of June. We are now a little further than half way through the month and my friend Keiko is just dying to meet you. So without further ado, meet Keiko the Koi:

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Keiko is actually a Ryukin goldfish. She lives in Japan where she has been adopted by families of Koi. The Japanese tea gardens offer Keiko a plush life with plenty of food and good company. She often wonders what life would be like in the oceans. Someday maybe she will meet a special someone from the ocean to tell her all about it.

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Keiko will be available at NAKATOMI in the usual sets of a 12×12 print, a 5×5 print and a sticker all in one nice package!

She will also be available at Parts and Labour in Austin, TX!

To get you hands on the set for only $20 just head on over to NAKATOMI and grab one.


May 3, 2013

May is here and summer is just around the corner. This month we are greeted with the largest animal on the planet. Boris is a Blue Whale. He enjoys traveling and makes his way all around the world, never settling in one place for too long.

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Boris will be available at NAKATOMI in the usual sets of a 12×12 print, a 5×5 print and a sticker all in one nice package!

He will also be available at Parts and Labour in Austin, TX!

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As a special treat, please enjoy this video of the making of this print featuring the music of local Austin band, the Bumping Uglies:

On another note I would like to take a second to speak about the ocean. Illegal whaling, poaching, litter and a multitude of other issues face our friends of the seas. There is a lot that we can chose to do to help, it starts with being responsible. Using reusable bags, placing our trash in the appropriate places and taking care of this world we live in. If you’d like to know more about some of the issues the face the ocean and how you can help please visit PangeaSeed:


PangeaSeed is an organization that I can get behind because they have a great message and support the arts in their effort to make this world a better place for both humans and the creatures we share our lives with.

Here’s a little info on PangeaSeed straight from the source:

Established in 2009, PangeaSeed is an international movement uniting and educating individuals across the globe on the importance of protecting sharks and preserving the oceans.Pangea derives from ancient Greek meaning entire Earth. It’s the concept of the super continent surrounded by a single vast ocean that existed about 250 million years ago before the current continents were separated into their now recognizable forms. Sharks balanced and controlled the oceans then and they continue to now…but for how much longer?PangeaSeed aims to unify and connect individuals around the world, opening a dialog to share ideas and develop a better global understanding of our connection with sharks and the oceans. Through education, awareness and action we are working together to solve this environmental crisis. No matter where you are in the world, your lifestyle and consumptions habits positively or negatively effect every animal (including humans), plant, and ecosystem on the planet. In short, like Pangea, we are all connected.Usually when someone thinks of the word “seed”, it conjures up an image of growth. Through the PangeaSeed network, we strive to grow together to develop a better global understanding of the need to protect sharks and preserve the oceans.The “seed” in PangeaSeed is also an acronym meaning Special Education Ecology and Design.

Sustainability represents a core value of PangeaSeed. Continuously educating youth and adults the world over to consume more responsibly and consciously, PangeaSeed strives to be a positive and proactive example of sustainability in a world of rampant consumerism and ecosystem exploitation. Whenever producing merchandise or aligning for a partnership, we make it a priority to choose environmentally friendly materials and like-minded partners to ensure our products have a smaller impact on the Earth’s natural environment.

Education is a major goal. Providing people with the necessary information and tools they need to work toward managing and solving the plight of sharks, threatened marine life and the oceans. Also, by actively conducting research, we aim to better inform ourselves and the general public of the realities and status of the issue.

Ecology promotion raises much need global awareness regarding our relationship with the natural world and the direct effect we have on marine biodiversity and the ocean ecosystem.

Design, art, film and photography we believe can transcend cultures and borders. Raising awareness and uniting people across the globe regarding key issues such as the plight of sharks.

Save the sharks, save the oceans, save ourselves.

When the Lights Go Out

April 10, 2013

This weekend Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn, New York will host an art show centered around all things glowing in the dark. I am honored to have been asked to participate in this show and am unveiling a new creature at this event. I would like everyone to meet Julie:


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She is a stingless Jellyfish that lives in a salt lake in Palau, Micronesia called Lake Kakaban. She is a playful and sociable type. OH! and the prints glow in the dark! Below is some more info on the Bottleneck Gallery opening:

Upcoming Exhibit:
When The Lights Go Out
Presented In Black Light
Friday, April 12th – May 1st
Opening Reception: Friday, April 12th 7 – 10pm 
Online Sales Begin Saturday April 13th at 12 noon

Flatstock 34, Barcelona

May 24, 2012

Clintprints is headed to Spain this summer! American Poster Institute and Primavera Sound present Flatstock 34 in Barcelona, Spain. I will be there in person hocking my goods. Here is a little more information on the event:

The above print is 4 colors 18×24 and will be available for free to anyone who purchases prints at my booth at the event.

The touring show of concert posters Flatstock will visit Barcelona for the San Miguel Primavera Sound. This unusual exhibition will take place on the Parc del Fòrum site and will be the biggest exhibition of this type to visit Europe. From the 31st May until the 2nd June, the festival’s public will be able to see and buy the work of more than 30 artists from the following countries:

  • Germany: The Red Company, Douze, Grace Helly Graphics, Damien Tran, Mitchum D.A. and Slowboy
  • Austria:  Michael Hacker
  • USA: Tiny Media Empire, Justin Santora, Fugscreens Studios, The Decoder Ring, Crosshair, Vooddo Catbox, Monkey Ink, Clintprints, GUYBURWELL, Casey Burns, Lil Tuffy, Shawn K. Knight, Boss Construction, Penhead and Weathermaker Press
  • Holland: The Impossible Machine, Kunny Van Der Ploeg and Zeloot
  • Italy: Clockwork Pictures
  • United Kingdom: Sean Mort, Horse. Luke Drozd, Adam Pobiak, Michael Cowell, Army of Cats and Brag
  • Switzerland: Comet Substance

The fair will be complemented by a free exhibition called “Flatstck: The world of Music Posters” form the 15th of May until the 3rd of June in the Virreina Centre de la Imatge, where a selection of 50 works chosen by Flatstock as well as some posters by renowned Catalan artists will be on show. The exhibition will form part of the San Miguel Primavera a la Ciutat activities, an initiative that aims to spread the spirit of the festival to every corner of Barcelona.

Flatstock is a project of API (American Poster Institute) that unites music and the visual art. This non-profit organisation is dedicated to promoting music posters and, since its beginnings in San Francisco a decade ago, has not stopped growing .

For more info on the Primavera festival check out this link: http://www.sanmiguelprimaverasound.es/index?lang=en

Before the festival begins The Poster Collective will be presenting a gallery show of all of the artists involved in the Primavera Sound Flatstock.

Photos/videos will be posted here on Clintprints.com after the trip so stay tuned!