We wanted to make something beautiful for your wall, not just your wrist.

Inspired by Analog/Shift's original poster dedicated to the infamous Red Bar Crew, we teamed up with local graphic artist, John Hatherly, and legendary printmaker Spudnik Press Cooperative to create our own limited edition screen prints. 

Oak & Oscar founder, Chase, was present at the unveiling ceremony in New York City when Analog/Shift dedicated both their gratitude and poster to Red Bar Crew founders, Adam Craniotes and Dr. Jeff. 

Chase was moved, not only by the gesture itself, but by the downright coolness of an old school style poster. There is something special about a well-made print hanging on your wall meant to commemorate an important moment. 

Ever since, Chase wanted to create a screen print of his own. 

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Spudnik Press Cooperative is a community-based art center located in Chicago that focuses on traditional printmaking, fine art publications and providing access to quality resources for independent artists. They were the perfect place to handle production of the limited edition prints. 

Each numbered print has its own character - all part of the traditional screen print process. None are identical, none are the same.

The prints are 18 inches tall by 12 inches wide and are  suitable for framing. The paper was sourced from the French Paper Company, one of the last, small independent mills in America. FPC has been run by six generations of the same family for more than 140 years in Niles, Michigan.

We're very excited to offer this print to you! Check out the options below!


Burnham Print

Limited to just 50 prints, the Burnham poster honors Oak & Oscar's very first watch model, named after architect and city planner, Daniel Burnham. A true Chicago legend. 

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Sandford Print

Limited to just 50 prints, the Sandford poster depicts Oak & Oscar's second model, a GMT timepiece honoring the father of standardized time zones, Sir Sandford Fleming. 

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