Says Archie: Chile peppers were first found in South America, and from a few initial species, were bred and rebred and grown in different climates until a wild range unfolded. I love using chile peppers, but was a little confused about the differences between them and how dangerously hot they might be.
- Letterpress printed
- 100% cotton Crane's Lettra® paper - it's the (really) good stuff
- Size: 8" x 8"
So Why All The Circles?
New research indicates that GPS's are hindering our ability to create mental maps of our surroundings. Archie's Press maps aim to install a "Map from the Mind", simplifying structures and neighborhoods in the most efficient and beautiful way. The circle, our Universe's softest shape, is the clearest graphic to convey size and connection.
Get to Know the Maker: Archie Archambault
Archie Archambault is a designer and inventor living between Portland, Oregon and Brooklyn, New York. He started making maps several years ago because nobody else was explaining cities simply and clearly.
He studied Art and Philosophy at Colorado College, Urban Design at Harvard and Advertising at Wieden+Kennedy. We think he's the coolest.
Chile Peppers Letterpress Print by Archie's Press