by Stephanie Miles
With a signature style she calls "urbane and metropolitan," designer Stacy Pancake skillfully combines her finely-wrought illustrations with cheerful colors and whimsical designs for a colorful collection of limited edition prints. Inspired by her line of letterpress greeting cards that she sells under the moniker Pancakes & Franks, the new posters brighten-up walls.
Based on shapes, dimensions, and food—a favorite design element that Pancake has been toying with for years in her popular greeting card series' Tool Box and Reservations—Stacy presses the seven limited edition prints on 22" x 17" archival paper using non-toxic soy-based inks.
The Arizona-based designer started Pancake & Franks more than six years ago. Today the full range includes greeting cards, wedding invitations, wooden correspondence boxes and now prints, selling in fine papery boutiques, bookstores and museums across North America and Europe.
Each of Pancake's signed prints runs $80 and sells from her website.
See more images after the jump.