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Silkscreen Party at the House of Ill

Posted by Emily Sweeney March 1, 2007 07:34 PM

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Dave Tree is up to something wicked good. In addition to being an amazing musician (formerly of Tree, now with Superpower), Dave's also a silkscreening ninja, throwin’ prints on anything he can lay his hands on: vintage dresses, 3-piece suits, lingerie, hats, coats, handbags, and even toilet seats.

...and lately Dave’s been throwing a lot of silkscreening parties at his studio in Allston, a.k.a. the House of Ill Illuminated. Find something you want printed on, bring it to the party and he’ll do it up for ya, right then and there. Only costs $5 per print.

Dave’s holding another open house/silkscreening party this weekend -- Saturday, March 3, from 2 to 9 p.m. -- at the House of Ill, 159 North Beacon Street in Allston. Ring the buzzer for Suite A22, it’s on the second floor to the right.

-- Emily Sweeney



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