We create glow-in-the-dark prints by screen printing invisible glow pigments onto paper. Many of our illustrations tell a short, two scene story by looking like one thing in the daylight, and then revealing something else in the dark.
We got started making glow-in-the-dark screen prints thanks to Bottleneck Gallery, which is known for its pop-culture inspired, limited edition print releases. In its beginning years, the gallery put on an annual glow-in-the-dark show called When The Lights Go Out. Visitors could experience the artwork underneath lights that changed from bright lights to black lights and back again. We were invited to be a part of the annual glow-in-the-dark shows in the gallery's early years.
As Bottleneck has focused more recently on their online presence rather than in-person events, they have continued to release many of our glow-in-the-dark prints.