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2013 has already been a year of great change for us at BYO Print! We moved our shop from 2206 Coral St to our new home at Sharktown Studios, 155 Cecil B Moore Ave. We welcomed many new members! Visit the "Meet the Members" page to see work by Kevin Mann, Shawn Smith, Christiane Moore, and Mike Sgier, our new members since January. 

Friday night we held a small gathering at the new space but made a big announcement!

This summer, we will become the new owners of a lithography press and a large collection of stones! We are excited to be adding lithography to the supported practices of the studio, and eager to learn more about how a litho shop runs. For an intaglio gal like me, I've got a lot to learn!

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