Future Heirlooms: original art by Jeff Hinchee

Featuring local artists and artisans is core to the MidModMen+friends shopping experience. Each creative partner brings fresh energy, ideas and perspective to our take on modern living.

Our newest guest in the Future Heirlooms showcase is Jeff Hinchee, an artist and illustrator with a high-profile national portfolio. Blending 2-D and 3-D techniques, Jeff’s illustrations are an assemblage of traditional drawing and painting, cut paper relief, meticulous models, and the odd found object.

Two of the mid-century inspired, limited edition giclee prints by Jeff Hinchee available at MidModMen+friends. All prints are on archival paper with archival pigment inks. They are signed and numbered by the artist.

We’re showcasing a series of fine art giclee prints inspired by a mid-century aesthetic. Each piece was created using cut paper construction, and they are printed on museum-quality, matte archival paper with archival pigment inks.

In addition to the fine art prints we have five additional original Hinchee designs, offered as high-quality prints and framed.

As a commerical artist, Jeff Hinchee has built a national client base including Penguin Random House, The New York Times, The Washington Post, This American Life, Disney Theatrical, and Interview Magazine.  His illustrations can be seen at JeffHinchee.com. For television, Jeff has created special illustrations and featured graphics for “Little America,” “Single Parents,” “Search Party,” and “Transparent.” He also has created work for the European Games and numerous live musical events such as “The Wiz Live!” and “Hairspray Live!” on NBC. His extensive theatrical work for Broadway, opera and ballet can be seen at JeffHincheeDesign.com.

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