Mt Zion makes illustration, editorial, branding and printed work of all kinds at the individual, wholesale and bespoke level. One of a kind prints, illustrations and more are in the store, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you see something you like and want to know if it's available, because it might be just tucked away in the ten year archive.
For a long time the main vehicle for illustration was t-shirts, and you'll still see a few on here from time to time, but not as many.
Andrew previously has worked for The Phoenix newspaper of Chicago as an editorial cartoonist and illustrator, Brant's Clothing Corp, Roost, M. Henry, The Illinois Caucus for Adolescent Health, Gaslight Coffee Roasters, Metropolis Coffee Roasters, Brimfield, and currently enjoys his long career with Apple Inc in Art Production.
Other Mt Zion collaborators over the years have included Kenton Quatman, Nick Befort, Nick Gamso, Billy Kalb, Chris Kitahara, Dan Ivec, Adil Mansoor, and many others. Many thanks to you all and look forward to more from them and others in the future
Everything made at Mt Zion is solid wood, made, of course, from trees. So a few words on this.
Our timber is sourced from either sustainable, planted forests or salvaged from trees that have died and fallen into roads or driveways by certified, local tree surgeons.
Mt Zion supports the already strong regulations in California and across the world against tree poaching, and goes above and beyond by giving a portion of all profits to charities replanting forests
Mt Zion tries to make everything in all natural ways. What does that mean? Water based printing inks, recycled paper, no plastic film coats or other petroleum distillates.
We use furniture grade tung oil for finishing and museum quality wax as a final protective barrier, which unlike older or cheaper finishes never shows marks from alcohol or heat. For further questions, e-mail email@example.com
Most of the photos are at the shop, so here are some photos of some custom ordered furniture in the homes of the people of our patrons. Thank you all so much for allowing us to use these.
What goes into making a piano bench out of maple burl