Friends! We are proud to announce our first show of 2023, Murky Mirror! The show opens on March 4th, 2023, at the Galveston Arts Center, and will include works by Sarah Welch and James Beard across two gallery rooms. Here’s our statement from the show: Artist collaborative Sarah Welch and James Beard create work about… Continue reading Murky Mirror
Zine Fest Houston 2022
Hear ye, Hear ye! The annual Zine Fest Houston takes place this Saturday, November12th, from 12pm to 6pm. It’s all going down at the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art (not to be confused with The Orange Show on Munger St!). Every year, ZFH picks a theme to inspire the festival goers, and we’re psyched… Continue reading Zine Fest Houston 2022
Fall Residency @ Bemis
Hello! We are very fortunate to be Fall 2022 residents at the Bemis Center For Contemporary Arts. For approximately two months, we’re living and working in Omaha, NE alongside an excellent cohort of residents and the extremely accommodating staff at Bemis. Since 1981, Bemis Center has provided artists from around the world dedicated time, space,… Continue reading Fall Residency @ Bemis
Paper Trail 2022
It’s that time of year again! Mystic Multiples is pleased to announce we’ll be back at Paper Trail for 2022! We’ve tabled at this event off and on for many years and love having the opportunity to spend more time in San Antonio. We’ll be bringing out some of our favorite oldies as well as… Continue reading Paper Trail 2022
It Came From the Bayou
We’re happy to announce that we will be tabling again at this year’s IT CAME FROM THE BAYOU! If you’ve never been, it’s a yearly showcase of printmaking talent that brings printers from around the country to show off their latest oddities. And the organizer? None other than local legends Burning Bones Press, which is… Continue reading It Came From the Bayou
Total Monsoon is the culmination and finale to our Endless Monsoon project. This 310 page risograph comix anthology with screen printed cover contains the entire arc of our series, and also includes brand new content in the form of interstitial comics between books, interviews, and very special foreword by Robert Boyd. Produced at a larger… Continue reading Total Monsoon
Very Pleasant Transit Center
Very Pleasant Transit Center is the final chapter in the Endless Monsoon saga. Angela and Jess are reunited and managing a more stable existence. Jess is entranced by an old duplex and becomes obsessed with finding a way to purchase the home and build toward her dream of security. Will she prevail? Meanwhile, the city… Continue reading Very Pleasant Transit Center
Letterpress Coasters for ACK!
If you’re keeping your eyes peeled while traveling around Houston, you’ve no doubt spotted work by ACK!. Well, we were thrilled to work with him on a set of custom letterpress coasters! Letterpress coasters can be a bit challenging– on the one hand, you don’t want to create an expensive coaster that people will be… Continue reading Letterpress Coasters for ACK!
In Chapter 3 of the Endless Monsoon story, Jess’ housing situation has been disrupted yet again. We find her living in a less than copacetic arrangement with her brother and continuing to struggle with the search for employment, stability, and purpose in life. A chance visit with Angela improves things and bolsters her ability to… Continue reading Only Humid
Brackish is a collaborative zine project made by Houston-based artists Katie Mulholland and Sarah Welch in 2015. Over a five month period Mulholland and Welch created a massive pile of ink drawings imaging the past, present, and sometimes invented future of the Houston landscape. They curated this drawing collection to compile the Brackish zine. Drawings… Continue reading Brackish