We've come up with a different idea for one of our afternoon diversion projects, though it apparently cannot be done in a day. If you're interested, you must to be a committed Democrat or a liberal-leaning Independent.Read More
A group of graduate students and friends connected with Drexel University in Philadelphia wanted a field trip and chose a Father's Day Werkman workshop at Lead Graffiti for the experience.Read More
LEAD GRAFFITI HAS CONDUCTED a number of workshops with the Delaware College of Art & Design, most often working with professor John Breakey, whose design class has recently taken our H.N. Werkman Creative Letterpress workshop.
Three staff from the library at the University of Colorado / Boulder were headed to the College Book Arts Association Conference in Philadelphia. They emailed to ask if they could jump over a day early and do a Lead Graffiti workshop. We looked up their library's holding and saw out they had a deluxe clamshell copy of our Boxcar Poems 1 - 12, a meander book, we did a couple of years ago.Read More
When Ray was teaching University-level design courses in creative thinking, he loved utilizing a textbook entitled The Universal Traveler. It broke creative problem-solving and creative thinking into 7 energy states. We decided to turn part of that into a workshop that turned out to be fun.Read More
Our good friend, Christine, came to the studio to do her holiday card. We loved it so much we asked if we could use it as the basis for our Lead Graffiti card.Read More
It is always interesting to see what someone does when they come in without any notion of what it is that they want. Typically, we will decide among the participants as to colors. For this workshop, the colors were silver and teal.Read More
One of the participants did a "Fiddler on the Roof" typographic treatment in one of our H.N. Werkman Creative Letterpress workshops. Seemed like a strange theme at the time.Read More