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While spending the day in Knoxville and walking the streets we came upon this place. There was a zombie sign in the window that caught my eye and I got a picture if it. We wondered why it wax closed on a Thursday afternoon and...More
One of the last few places that still does old-fashioned letterpress printing on historic printing presses = old school, yeah!! They have done posters for some of my fave bands. I've bought cardboard posters and really unique postcards here. Do not miss out on buying...More
This shop that prints unusual posters, cards, and just about anything else you need. They create their own art and it's good. A portrait of favored son Cormac McCarthy was featured in the New York Times Sunday magazine. Unfortunately, the partnership is breaking up. A...More
It's pretty awesome that a place like this is in Knoxville. Their posters can be seen everywhere, from music venues to restaurants to stores. They do really good work. They sell cards, notebooks, t-shirts, things like that. Yay for Yee-Haw!
This store is not like anything you will find elsewhere! They have something for everyone. Old posters/billboards, plus so much more that appeals to many age groups. just love going downtown to check it out.
This is a neat place to visit! If you ask, they will let you go in the back and see the giant old-timey printing press! It's really amazing!!!! They also sell cool gifts (some are pricey though).
Gay Street in Knoxville has gotten to be...More
If you are downtown or in Old City you must stop by this little shop. Beautiful flower prints are mingled with random zombie public service announcements. Fun cards and funky t-shirts along with Knoxville themed prints can also be purchased. I love this place. Not...More
The presence of this "store" in Knoxville is a real plus, especially for the downtown area. If anyone is interested in printing and has, or wants, some knowledge of the early methods of reproduction, a visit here is highly recommended. They have accumulated a large...More