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Close Encounter Print

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Description
My, how we’ve all missed a cup with a friend. And traveling further than from the bedroom to the kitchen. This print celebrates those moments of sharing when you catch up with friends. It’s great to see you again, old buddy.

Limited-edition, letterpress print on acid-free, 100 percent cotton paper.
Dimensions & More Info
  • 8” x 10” (20.5 cm x 25.5 cm)
  • Signed and dated by the artist, Don Moyer.
  • Includes a colorful Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Printed on heavy sheets of Crane’s Lettra white—an acid-free, 100 percent cotton, 300 gsm sheet.
  • Images are lovingly bumped into the paper’s surface in rich black ink by master printer, Bryce Knudson of Bjørn Press.
  • Made in the USA.
  • Ships flat, unframed, and unmatted.
Use
An excellent gift for your faraway siblings, your college roomate, or your favorite space traveler.
Shipping & Returns

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Where it's made

Letterpress printing creates a relief print by pressing an inked design into paper. For centuries, it was the main printing method, but now it’s practiced mainly by artisans who appreciate a letterpress print’s unique tactile beauty. Bryce Knudson at Bjørn Press in Provo, Utah does masterful work on our letterpress prints, ensuring our designs are vibrant and sharp.

Who we are

Calamityware is a tiny, five-person, one-dog company headquartered in Pittsburgh. We love bringing the darkly whimsical view of our founder and chief monster-maker, Don Moyer, to life. Our products are high quality, meticulously manufactured items that make wonderful gifts for you and other weird-adjacent people in your life. Our goal is to make you smile.

Customer Reviews

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Chip T.
Space monkeys and aliens having tea

Letterpress is simply awesome. Combine letterpress with monkeys in spacesuits, multi-limbed aliens and a friendly sit-down for some Calami-TEA. Divine. Hmmm... maybe a new product idea, Don? Calami-TEA... english breakfast please. With a side of green moon cheese. xoxo

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Bonnie S.
Nope, I couldn’t stop myself. AGAIN!

I thought my only vice was a serious coffee addiction. Then I bought a Calamityware print for my coffee making counter. Then Mr. Marvelous comes out with another cool print that, oops, I just had to get. And then, DARN THE LUCK, there’s the one in the middle with the gargantuan coffee mug on a flat bed truck being driven by- of all things!- a rabbit. Did I mention that I live in Hare House. Clearly, it was a triptych that I was working my way towards. My wonderful local frame shop agreed and ta-da, I’ve got myself the spiffiest home coffee station I know of. Bonus: The framers loved the art so much I had to talk their ears off and show them the fantastically twisted world of www.Calamityware.com so now like The Flying Spaghetti Monster the gospel is shared with the uninitiated. That’s my story, and I’m sticking to it.

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Llk
Wonderful!

I love this picture! Such a great whimsical drawing. I have hanging in my kitchen and everyone loves it. Makes me smile to look at!

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Todd b.
Amazing talent

Absolutely love my print! It is so quirky and delicious!

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SLR
Fabulous

I gave the print to my sister for her birthday. She loved it. I am such a fan of all things Calamityware!

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Eileen S.
FABULOUS!!!

Beautifully amusing and artistically inspiring!!!

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Gail S.
The perfect invitation to an in-person coffee date

I LOVE this and have it hanging in my Zoom background. I'm also sending an image of it along with my emerging-from-COVID invitations to friends to finally get together in person. It perfectly captures each of us, whichever creature we identify with!

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