Stamp No. 19Ryan Bubnis
Ryan Bubnis is a multidisciplinary artist, illustrator, and educator based in Portland, Oregon. His deceptively simple work explores themes of memory, nostalgia, good vibes, and the human condition.
Stamp No. 18Na Kim
Na Kim's visual language explores perception of shapes in space. We met Na at her FISK Gallery show and invited her to make a stamp. She made two!
Stamp No. 17Shawn Wolfe
For his first stamp, Shawn Wolfe created a "transpartisan, unaffiliated stamp design" featuring a new image of an old subject matter—the seldom seen Remover Installer™.
Stamp No. 16Jennifer Armbrust
With her limited edition letterpress artistamp, Jennifer Armburst shares her 12 principles for prototyping a feminist business. Radical reminders to stick around your business.
Stamp No. 15Ian Lynam x Jeff Keedy
For Artist Series stamp No. 15 Jeff Keedy and Ian Lynam have joined forces. We're quite happy to collaborate with these two distinguished graphic designers, educators, and typographers.
Stamp No. 14Melody Owen
Melody Owen is an ecologically minded artist and writer raised in the mossy, green state of Oregon. She's interested in animals as subjective beings and challenging our assumptions about reality.
Stamp No. 13Bráulio Amado
Tear Up This Wall: All proceeds from artist and designer Bráulio Amado's signed limited edition silkscreen stamps benefit Caraprobono, an organization working to help immigrants at the border.
Stamp No. 12Mike Savage
Mike Savage's paintings are a meditative diary: handmade analogue recordings. For his artistamp—a folded 11" x 4.25" sheet—he hand perforated each sheet individually and uniquely.
Stamp No. 11Charles Wilkin
Charles Wilkin is an artist, designer, and beekeeper. His limited edition artistamp collages together recent and old works to form something entirely new.
Stamp No. 10Malia Jensen
Portland based artist Malia Jensen creates her first stamp, a printed provocation, part of her "Changing Money" series featuring a portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
Stamp No. 9Christina Seely
Christina Seely's artist stamp features photographs of endangered animal specimens from a set of kinetic mirrored light box portraits called Next of Kin.
Stamp No. 8Cynthia Lahti
Contemporary artist Cynthia Lahti believes that even small artifacts can evoke powerful feelings. This signed, limited edition of 100 is her first stamp.
Stamp No. 7Jason Sturgill
When Jason's not drawing you can find him hunting illustrated ephemera with his wife and son. His artistamp sheet features hand icons peace, love, rock 'n' roll, and misunderstanding.
Stamp No. 6Walker Cahall
Walker Cahall is an illustrator, designer, maker, teacher, and worldly thinker based in Portland. His stamps feature hand silkscreened drawings of ranger lookout towers.
Stamp No. 5Sally Wassink
Sally Wassink aka S. Wurlitzer, is an artist who lives and works in San Francisco. Recently she's become obsessed with the design and color treatments of old Popular Science magazines.
Stamp No. 4Kentaro Okawara
A painter and sculptor based in Tokyo, Japan. Okawara creates paintings and 3D objects inspired by his postcard exchange with his grandmother during his childhood.
Stamp No. 3Mia Nolting
With this stamp art director and illustrator Mia Nolting contemplates the importance of feelings in the body, in being crucial to decision-making. Printed with a combination of letterpress and digital.
Stamp No. 2Allan Bealy
Artistamp No. 2 is by Brooklyn-based Canadian collage artist Allan Bealy. Each sheet in the edition of 100 is individually rubber-stamped and signed by Allan.
Our upcoming releases include stamps by David Carson, Rebeca Méndez, and Kate Moross. Release date announcements will go out via our social networks and our email newsletter.