Ham at 20 is a collaborative poster project celebrating the twentieth anniversary of The Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum. For each month of 2019, a new poster (or two!) will be released via the Hamilton website shop in an edition of 50; 25 will be reserved for year-end portfolios that include all prints. The posters are being created by a roster of accomplished letterpress printers and promising up-and-comers starting in the field.
David Wolske is a typo/graphic designer, artist, occasional writer, and frequent educator. His hybrid practice investigates the spatial and temporal implications of language-based visual communication. Wolske’s work is exhibited and collected nationally and internationally. The College Book Art Association awarded him the 2018 Emerging Educator; he was the 2016 Visiting Artist at the world-renowned Hatch Show Print; and a 2014 Utah Visual Arts Fellow. Wolske is currently an Assistant Professor in the College of Visual Arts and Design at University of North Texas.
What Hamilton means to me:
The Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum means preservation, innovation, community, and creativity.