Basement Ink. + Screen Ink. = Yeah buddy!

  Its official. Basement Ink and Screen Ink have joined forces to put quality shirts on every man, woman, and child in Lincoln and…dare I say…THE WORLD (or at least the surrounding area). Jason… Continue reading

Archers Rise

It was great to design and print again for these stellar rockstars.  Rock on.      

The Basement Ink. Bombers

I’m co-sponsoring my first softball team along with Larson Chiropractic and Acupuncture,  “Its Root! Root! Root! for THE BASEMENT INK. BOMBERS!”  

Giving New Life to Illustrations from 1896

My friend Russell stopped by the shop one day and had a book.  A collection of Lincoln, NE newspapers from July-December 1896.  Our history, wrapped up in a book, with crumbly pages and… Continue reading

May I Remind You Why I Got Into Screen Printing…

I was a youth director once.  During that part of my life, I was in charge of getting shirts for the youth at my church.  Artistically, a lot (not all…but A LOT!) of… Continue reading

Ignite 2014

Collaboration With Local Designer Nick Evans

I had the privilege of printing this beautiful piece for To The Moon Studios.

Waverly Wrestling

Because I dusted off the Nintendo and couldn’t get it off my mind.

Polar Plunge

Hello Polar Bear…Get Ready to Plunge

More Funk Trek

It’s been a pleasure printing for this band. Great people and they can rip it Funk style.

Kris Lager Koozies!

Funk Trek

Get funky.

Startup Lincoln 2013

Hope For Haiti Benefit Auction Posters

Here are some posters I printed up to promote a worthwhile community event.  I’ve traveled to Haiti several times and have set foot on the land and met the people that will be… Continue reading

On the Press…Natural Leaders

Love Does Shirts

A cleverly hand-drawn design that was printed on the underside of some shirts.  Why the underside?  I teamed up with a church that wanted to do a mission trip in a different way.… Continue reading


An amazing co-working space in Lincoln, NE. 

Simply Bungalow

Please take the time to stop by this house converted into a nest for all sorts of great farm fresh finds.  This design was hand drawn by Ben Welstead of Basement Ink.