Ink Lounge is hidden down an alley south of downtown Denver, CO, and it is truly unlike any other creative studio in the universe–both in function and aesthetic. Upon entering, where I teach screen printing workshops to all ages, you're greeted by walls of prints and posters. When I'm not teaching, local screen printers can rent by the hour to print their own projects.
As you move further in, the studio evolves into a proper commercial poster screen printing facility with an area for me to work on graphic design projects or personal creative projects. The studio is also chock full of items from all aspects of my life that have their own little tales to tell. From robots and trinkets I had as a kid, to souvenirs from places I've traveled, all kinds of space things I've collected, to things to remind me of the people that are important to me.
ENTRANCE & OUTDOOR EXHIBIT / OCCASIONALLY MY 1966 EL CAMINO
ENTRANCE LEADS TO THE WORKSHOP & OPEN STUDIO AREA
FREE STICKERS ALL THE TIME
EXPANDED WORKSHOP & OPEN STUDIO AREA
LOTS OF INK & LITTLE TRINKETS EVERYWHERE
MAIN WASHOUT ROOM / SINKS
PLENTY OF OPEN STUDIO SCREENS WITH A GUIDING PRINCIPLE
COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION AREA / PAPER & LARGE FORMAT FILM PRINTER
EXTERIOR WITH 3 PARKING SPOTS, DECK, AND 1966 EL CAMINO 9
COMMERCIAL PAPER CUTTER / MY WORK AREA
COMMERCIAL SCREEN PRINT PRESS ROOM
EXPANDED PRESS ROOM VIEW / ALLOWS ME TO RECONFIGURE INTO A GALLERY
OPPOSITE END OF PRESS ROOM SHOWING MY WORK AREA & MANUAL POSTER SCREEN PRINT STATION
THE OUTDOOR GalleRy THAT GREETS YOU ON THE WAY TO THE PARKING AREA
If you're ever in need of a break, and going to be in the area, feel free to give a call as I'm more than happy to show off the space and share some of my experiences here at Ink Lounge.
PLEASE NOTE > MASKS ARE RECOMMENDED, REQUIRED IF UNVACCINATED.