Mini-Prints and Other Artwork

These are “unofficial” members of the Dead Feminist series—hand-printed pieces and keepsakes done in the spirit of the series, but in a different size or format than our 10 x 18-inch broadsides.

Detail of "Even Keel" Dead Feminist steamroller print by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

Even Keel

Giant steamroller print and mini-broadside featuring San Francisco tugboat captain Eliza Thorrold

Detail of "Appealing" Dead Feminist mini-print by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

Appealing

Mini-broadside featuring a quote by Josephine Baker

Detail of "Buttoned Up" Dead Feminist mini-print by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

Buttoned Up

Mini-broadside featuring hand-set type and a quote by typographer Beatrice Warde

Detail of "Tugboat Thea" Dead Feminist steamroller print by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

Tugboat Thea

Giant steamroller print—the inspiration behind our “Tugboat Thea” broadside

Detail of "Love & Paperwork" Dead Feminist mini-print by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

Love & Paperwork

Valentine mini-broadside featuring a quote by Pearl Bailey

Detail of "Dome-inatrix" hand-painted letterpress mini-broadside by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

Dome-inatrix

Giant steamroller print and mini-broadside celebrating a piece of local history

Detail of "At the Summit" Dead Feminist steamroller print by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

At the Summit

Giant steamroller print commemorating the centennial of women’s suffrage in Washington state

Detail of "Mistaken" Dead Feminist letterpress card by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

Mistaken Identity

Letterpress card acknowledging a mistake on one of our past broadsides

Detail of "Park Place" steamroller print by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

Park Place

Giant steamroller print celebrating urban green spaces and our fabulous city parks

Detail of "The Write Path" steamroller print by Chandler O'Leary and Jessica Spring

The Write Path

Giant steamroller print and mini-broadside celebrating the first woman to climb Mt. Rainier

A Leaf Out of Her Book

Mini-broadside featuring a quote by Barbara Johns