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Draplin Design Co., North America


Product Description:
Coming off the incalculable success of our “Pretty Much Everything Up To May 27, 2009” ultra-orange poster we did five years ago, we wanted to up our game on this next version! It was time.

We had an real, official art show in Minneapolis at the Minneapolis College of Art + Design in October 2013, so we had been planning this one for some time. A staff of incredible gallery folks directed by the wise hand of Kerry Morgan took charge of the pile of stuff I dragged back and hung an INCREDIBLE show. Click here to check out the action that night! I’m forever thankful, you guys. Having all the people show up, as well as a trickle of Minneapolis design heroes and buddies lurking around, we absolutely had to strike while the iron was hot.

It was high time. Plus, we’ve been BUSY AS SHIT since 2009, and we had a ton of stuff to update into this one. That’s what you’ll be seeing—the full force of the DDC Logo Dept.—in breathtaking FULL SPRECTRUM color!

Sure, the version up above is kinda small: Our poster called “Pretty Much Everything Up To October 13, 2013.” Click here for a big color blast!

This poster is dedicated to my dad, James Patrick Draplin, February 1, 1943-October 13, 2013. This is what he had to say, “Impressive, buddy. Impressive.” That’s what he was saying here! Click for proof. I’m proud as hell I got to share that night with my mom, dad and my gal Leigh. And even Ryno. And choice Minneapolis peeps. What an honor.

Works Great For:
01. Adding a spirited, megaton blast of “More Color” to your classroom, home, flat or studio.
02. A kick in the ass for all vector lovers. We did our best!
03. Hell, buy two, get a puppy, and line a crate. Just a thought.
04. Logo inspiration, that is, if you like thick-ass lines and the letters, “D,” “D” and “C.”IN FULL SPECTRUM COLOR!
05. Type inspiration, that is, if you like Futura< Helvetica Bold and Trade Gothic. IN FULL SPECTRUM COLOR!
06. Sprucing up a stodgy design shop. You know who you are!
07. Our 100th piece of DDC merch! Thanks, world!
08. Keeping the DDC alive…in heart, home, bungalow, pit, mess hall, break room, office, vessel, halfway house!
Product Details:
01. 80lb Uncoated “Way White” stock. Bright and durable as hell. Lasts forever.
02. The full, absolute power of CMYK printing on this one. More color!
03. A whopping 24” x 36” in dimension. That’s big.
04. Printed by the our buddy Tyler Ashcraft of Stevens Integrated Services, Portland, Ore.
05. No expenses were spared in this production. Best we could pull off!
06. All the warts and moles. Seriously. Some sketchy shit on there.
07. “Kinda Limited Edition” of 750, just for the first run. Fingers crossed!
08. The funnest thing we’ve ever made.
09. Each poster is hand-numbered, with trusted mathematics.
10. Free 4” x 26” burly kraft poster tube with each order!
11. Two free white plastic end puck thingies. Just because.
Ordering Details:
U.S.A. - $35.00 - Shipping and sturdy poster tube included
CANADA - $40.00 - Shipping and sturdy poster tube included

INTERNATIONAL - Contact us for a quote.
We’ll ship anywhere in this big world, but you gotta cover the cost of shipping. Fair enough, right? Send an email to “orders(at)draplin.com” and let us know where you are at, and we’ll send you a quote for the shipping. Easy enough. Thank you, big world!

The Fine Print:
For customers using PayPal, click the link above they’ll take it from there. For customers who aren’t using PayPal, send us an email to “orders(at)draplin.com” and we’ll get back to you with an address to ship the funds to. We accept money orders and cold hard cash, so, get with it, man! All orders are shipped out the day they are received. Fast, too. We spare no expense.
International Orders:
We cover the shipping in the states and up to Canada, but charge the basics for International orders. Before you place the order through our PayPal account, send us an email to “orders(at)draplin.com” and we’ll get you a shipping quote for the goods you are interested in. As simple as that! Thanks!

©2013 DDC Dry Goods Div., Merch Dept., Portland, Ore.

There Are 3 Comments

Is this your way of easily copyrighting a bunch of material at once? You can do that, you know? Selling it takes it to the next level - killing so many birds with one stone.

Posted by: Jeff Fisher on 09/26/14 at 3:32 PM

Are the “pretty much everything” posters still available?

Posted by: Derrick on 08/23/15 at 6:02 PM

Hey can u give me a quote for the everything poster to London cheers

Posted by: adam on 09/18/15 at 11:46 AM
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