Vintage Synth Posters ‘A Lovely Gift For The Synthesizer Fetishist’

Reader Eric Carl let us know about a couple of cool vintage synth prints that he’s designed, for the ARP 2600 and EMS Synthi AKS.

Here are the details:

  • 18″ x 24″
  • Digital giclée print from Epson 7880
  • Archival Epson UltraChrome K3 Ink
  • Epson Enhanced Matte Paper
  • Limited editions of 100
  • Signed and numbered
  • $40 + shipping

He describes them as “A lovely gift for the synthesizer fetishist in all of us.”

See Eric’s site for more photos and more details: ARP 2600 print, Synthi

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15 thoughts on “Vintage Synth Posters ‘A Lovely Gift For The Synthesizer Fetishist’

    1. Wow. Some people are just rude.

      The artist posts the actual file so you can run your own on a letterpress if you want …
      Yet you still dish ’em for offering a signed print??

      The artwork is gorgeous and will make a fine framed piece for my studio.

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  1. how bout handcrafted artwork out of unicorn buggers by fairies with phd´s for a 1.99$
    also look up glicee printing.

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    1. Not sure what process he’s using, but normally it’s much more expensive per item to do an ink jet art print than it is to have something printed 4-color process. But 4-color is only viable in high volumes.

      Going the giclée print approach (high quality inks on archival paper) makes sense and probably makes a project like this viable.

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  2. Thanks everyone. I’ve uploaded the original vector artwork for download (pages linked above) for anyone who wants to print their own or just take a look at how they’re built. If there’s any questions about the prints please let me know.

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    1. As always, it’s great to see people that are paying attention to customers or potential customers and offering classy responses!

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  3. Very, very nice. Selling and at the same time offering the vector art for download.
    I’ve taken a look at your site and saw FM-Space. Can’t find any info on it. Where is it?

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