Sean Tubridy Prints

Sean Tubridy Prints

julie
Jul 17, 2008

Prints by Mpls-based Sean Tubridy make us long for the aimless summer nights of our childhood, and the imagined comforts of mid-century life.

Absolutely affordable ($30-40 each) and mostly matted, Tubridy's prints beg for grouping and offer some nice color palette cheatsheets.

The Starry Skies triptych alone is available as a series, individually, matted and not.

Not surprisingly, Tubridy believes in the mid-century era as the golden age of design. He also pays homage to robots, transistor radios and rayguns. Fans of the Polaroid—or his Polaroid prints—will want to check out his wearable Save Polaroid goods, also as seen at savepolaroid.com.

Most prints arrived matted and signed.
Cameras are favorite subjects, as are transistor radios.
From the Home Economics series.
The coin-op series makes us long for a two-lane road trip before summer's done.
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