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

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

    • 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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    • 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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    • 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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