Glow-in-the-Dark Day and Night Poster

Orlando-based designer Jason Dean just sent word about his latest poster that changes from day to night! The 9-color, glow-in-the-dark screen print shows a sunny little town during the day which turns into a seedy city at night. Check out the side by side close-ups to see scenes full of crime, sex, zombies and more. (Love how The City turns into City Jail.)

The Day and Night print is currently selling at The Best Part for $50. If you’re loving this as much as we are, hurry and pick one up because it’s limited edition – meaning there’s only 60 signed and numbered prints available for sale.

“The most fun part about creating this was definitely coming up with ideas for the ‘night’ parts and how to integrate them without being noticed during the day,” Dean told us about this poster. “Also, I learned quite a bit about the screen printing process through this print. Printing was a pretty huge undertaking, given that it’s 9 colors total (including 2 different strengths of phosphorescent inks) so I worked pretty closely with my printer and learned a lot about the little details that can make a good print great.”
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Day and Night Print at The Best Part

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