Lindsey Kuhn met Debbie Jacobson at L’imagerie Gallery in 1990 and began working there. As a printer, she printed posters for many artists, including Big Daddy Roth, Robert Crumb, and Robert Williams. Her work was so popular at L’imagerie that they ended up having over seventy Kuhn designs printed. Kuhn worked at L’imagerie until 2000, when she left to pursue her own artistic projects.
After being employed by Artrock, Lindsey Kuhn decided to start her own silk-screen printing business in Austin. In its first six months, SWAMP had printed 40 posters, and since then, the company has grown into a silk-screen printing empire. Many of the artist’s silk-screen designs have been reproduced on SWAMP shirts and posters. Below are a few of the most famous.
Since 1990, Kuhn has been designing posters for various venues and events. She first began her career with L’imagerie Gallery in Southern California, where she produced art for such artists as Robert Crumb, Ed Roth, and Frank Kozik. This exposure inspired Kuhn to start designing his own posters and has continued to collaborate with famous venues across the country. Her work has been featured in books, movies, and tv shows.
From her early days as a teenager, Lindsey Kuhn’s love for art began at an early age, when she made flyers for local bands and punk shows. Her art continued to grow throughout her college years, where she attended the University of South Alabama. After college, she moved to Texas and worked at a silk-screen sweatshop. By 1990, she had developed her own style, combining her background in art and skateboarding to create unique artworks.
After working in the San Francisco print shop Artrock, Lindsey Kuhn moved to Austin and set up her own business, SWAMP. Her first six months were spent printing forty posters. Today, she has expanded her business into a silk-screening empire, primarily known for her unique silk-screen posters and shirts. This article will take a closer look at the company and Kuhn’s silk-screen posters and shirts.
Founded in 1997, Kuhn has become an artist of international renown and a silk-screening pioneer. Her art has been featured in tv shows, movies, and books. Her work has also been featured on the cover of a book called “Lure of the SWAMP” and has been used by a number of famous venues across the country. While it may not seem like much, Kuhn has won a number of awards and continues to make great prints.
Artist and skateboarder Lindsey Kuhn has combined art and skateboarding for over 30 years. Born in Evanston, Illinois, Kuhn spent her youth on the Mississippi coast. As a kid, she would screen print t-shirts to support her skateboard and ramp maintenance. Lindsey’s work has been shown in galleries and museums all over the world. Lindsey has been skating for over 30 years and has won numerous awards.
Lindsey began making flyers for local punk shows in Mississippi and continued to make them when she moved to Alabama. In 1990, she moved to Austin, Texas, where she enrolled in a silk-screen sweatshop and learned how to create posters using a screen. In addition to skateboarding, Lindsey attended Record Conventions and was involved in the music scene. She has continued to make art in her spare time, and has been featured in several documentaries and books.
In 1994, Lindsey Kuhn t-shirts and posters quickly became popular. She then moved the business to Austin, where she screened posters and shirts for many artists. By 1995, her company was printing around 40 posters in six months. Since then, SWAMP has evolved into a silk-screening empire. The original silk-screen posters, as well as Kuhn-designed shirts, are a hallmark of her company’s success.