March ISO50 Newsletter

Posted by Scott

The March edition of the ISO50 Newsletter is out now. Check it out here or subscribe to ISO50 to receive it automatically.

10 Comments Leave A Comment


frebro says:

March 18, 2008 at 5:58 am

Hey Scott, what’s your connection with Sweden anyway? I keep seeing things like “svenska” and reindeer on your posters, but your name and place of residence is American.


Jason says:

March 18, 2008 at 6:10 am


I love the new print!

– Will this be available as a mounted print anytime soon?
– Will the “Progress” print ever be available as a mounted print?

I have almost all of your prints, and many mounted ones. I really love the mounted ones, and would buy both of the above prints in a heartbeat if you plan to make them available as mounted versions.

Thanks, and keep it up…

– Jason


drew kora says:

March 18, 2008 at 6:44 am

I 2nd Jason’s comment: I’m also interested in a mounted version of this print.

I’m also super interested in a mounted version of Ursa Minor, but it’s not an option in the drop-down menu in the shop (even though it’s pictured as an option below).


Kappu says:

March 18, 2008 at 9:25 am

Scott, I know I already asked the question, but I couldn’t find your answer… What’s this great typo you used for the titles on the blog ? (like “March ISO50 Newsletter” here ?)


massimo says:

March 18, 2008 at 9:52 am

i bought some days ago 3 of your posters, and now you release another and beautiful poster? and reprint the oldes one?

i really like your prints, but in your opinion, best way to frame posters?


Scott says:

March 18, 2008 at 4:16 pm

thanks… yeah, saw your post on flickr, I’ll be posting on that today.
thanks for scanning those, they’re great.


Tisha says:

March 19, 2008 at 11:32 am

Hi Scott!
I’ve been looking at your art and listening to your music for a while now! I’m from L.A. but now living in Sonoma for college. I’ve told everyone about Tycho and they love looove it! I listen to it when I need to relax or need help sleeping :]

I was also wondering if you could tell me how you started developing or found your interest in digital arts/media.. My mom’s an artist too, and I think she’s part of the reason why I have some creative interests in me. I was thinking of majoring in something towards the artsy side, its just that I don’t think I do enough of my own work. I’m one of those people who loves looking at art (and am really interested in photography!) but sometimes I feel I’m not as dedicated to drawing/painting as an artist should be (If I wanted to become one).

Well, I hope that wasn’t too much to ask, I just wanted an opinion from someone who actually does the stuff I’m interested in! And, good luck to all your future work as well!!