Featured Artisan: Hip Hues

January 14, 2016
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Sisters Tracy Dunn (left) and Sondra Noble (right) direct their love of art into their live screen printing business.

Hip Hues, founded by sisters, Sondra Noble and Tracy Dunn, brings their DIY screen printing process to parties, conferences, private events, festivals and markets around town. You screen-print your own product, which may be anything from a t-shirt to a tote bag to an apron. 

The inaugural member of our Artisan Collective series, Hip Hues is definitely adding a splash of color to the already vibrant city of Nashville. The small company offers two primary services– DIY live screen-printing at events and signature curated products that have quickly increased in popularity and demand. 

Their line is designed and printed locally and made for use primarily in the home. Canvas art prints offer a burst of Nashville pride onto any wall, tea towels and coasters will make anyone in your kitchen or bar sing notes of compliment, and their premium t-shirts come in all shapes and sizes–perfect for anyone who wants to wear their Tennessee spirit on their sleeve (literally.)

Hip Hues products are available at many local stores such as Batch Nashville, Magpies Children's Resale Shoppe, Rustique, and Art Is In Market. You can also purchase goods directly from their website, and also use their site to book private DIY screen printing parties!

Photo 1: Hip Hues's cork coasters printed with southern jargon are sure to add some sass to your coffee table.
Photo 2: Bringing together local food and a charming design (two of our favorite things), Hip Hues's seasonality calendars are functional and decorative.
Photo 3: Framed prints from Hip Hues bring together the unique neighborhoods of Music City.
Article from Edible Nashville at http://ediblenashville.ediblecommunities.com/shop/featured-artisan-hip-hues
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