Based in Philadelphia, Masthead Print Studio specializes in establishing an environment for local printmakers to create and show their work. Each show is aimed at giving the artists and attendants to look into a creative process.
Masthead Print Studio has done lectures at numerous places including La Salle University and the Savannah College of Art and Design. They also have provided open studios for groups such as the Mural Arts Program and the Art Factory. For more information or to submit a proposal please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Give us a call at 215.359.8118 if you need a quote for a printing job or just want to come visit the gallery.
737 N. 4th St
Philadelphia PA 19123
Shawn Hileman, Owner, Founding Member & Curator
Shawn has worked as an Art Director and graphic designer for over 8 years. He started Masthead in 2010 with no expectation except to share cake and beer with a couple printers. He has a cat named Esme that hates everyone but is too beautiful to resist. Visitors beware!
JP Flexner, Founding Member, Curator & Resident Vandal
JP is an illustrator living outside the city of Philadelphia. Freelancing in a quaint home with his new wife, dog, and cat. He’s humble and congenial. See his amazingly twisted creations that will make your eyes pop with sensation and envy here!
James Heimer, Curator & Resident Steward
James has contributed his time and talent to help transform the studio into a gathering space for artists and viewers alike. He’s a screenprinter, teacher, older brother and bomb ass guy. Make sure to keep tabs on this character for he’s not going away anytime soon.
Robb Leef, Curator
Robb Leef is a carbon-based life form, dedicated to precision illustration and printmaking. He currently resides in Philadelphia and is fueled by the fear of boredom and an alternating diet of salty and sugary snacks. Check out his work here.
Steven Speir, Curator, photographer.
Steven Speir is Philly’s own, Alabama-man. He is a painter, illustrator, and screen-printer, who creates work from the sub-conscious of Saturday morning cartoons and the innocence of childhood nightmares. His dog has a tilted head, and waffles and ice-cream are his favorite midnight snack. Find his work here!