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Lab-Press: Black History Month

 

For The Love of Music

 

 

FOR THE LOVE OF MUSIC 
a letterpress celebration of black music artists 

In conjunction with Black History Month, Otis Laboratory Press has created a limited-edition letterpress poster set to celebrate black music artists of yesteryear and today. The artists selected and their music impacts and influences the music industry and affects many of our lives. This poster set is a thank you for sharing your gift, paving the way, and speaking your truths through sound and lyrics.

The poster set includes six letterpress posters. The posters are designed and printed by the artists and staff of Otis Laboratory Press and are as follows:

Jennifer Graves, @jenngraves, King of Rock by Run DMC
Leslie Ross-Robertson, @modern_optic, Feeling Good by Nina Simone
Jamie Russom, @jamersham, Mothership Connection by George Clinton/Parliament
Janet Kupchick, @originalkupchick, Freedom by Richie Havens
Rachel Curry, @currycheeks, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised by Gill Scott-Heron
Joshue Molina, @_joshuemolina, Alright by Kendrick Lamar

To purchase, Click Here.
Proceeds go to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Initiatives at Otis College.

While you are there, please check out our other Lab Press Posters and support the lab!

 

 

All 6 Posters

 

Alright - Kendrick Lamar

Joshue Molina, Alright by Kendrick Lamar

 

Feelin' Good

Leslie Ross-Robertson, Feeling Good by Nina Simone

 

 Mothership Connection by George Clinton/Parliament

Jamie Russom, Mothership Connection by George Clinton/Parliament

King of Rock - Run DMC

Jennifer Graves, King of Rock by Run DMC

 

 The Revolution Will Not Be Televised - Gill Scott-Heron

Rachel Curry, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised by Gill Scott-Heron

 

 Freedom by Richie Havens

Janet Kupchick, Freedom by Richie Havens