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Best Silk Screening: Iron Forge Press

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New Times' Best of Broward/Palm Beach 2011 is live! County Grind will bring some more information about winners relevant to our audience.

If it's supposed to be lonely at the top, don't tell that to Iron Forge Press. Chuck Loose and Ian Rowan have amassed an impressive stack of provocative posters in their warehouse studio in FAT Village, and they're not slowing down. Even though it'd be tough to think of another couple of dudes who match their creativity, craft, and kindness, it's still important to deliver the kudos when due. Best Silk Screening 2011 by a mile.

Aside from the obvious visual pleasures that come from their own inky minds, Iron Forge Press is well aware of the other gifted artists who can make some wild, gonzo designs. Recent collaborators include Jessy Nite, Dave Berns, Coma Girl, Brian Butler, Bryce Creative, Richard Vergez, and Scotty Baldwin. Taste the rainbow of some of their finest recent designs below.



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