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Housed in the Historic ERVICE Warehouse, STUF exhibits and promotes local designers, craftspeople and treasure hunters, cultivating the artistry of commercial production, and features work created by our 3 resident print and graphic design businesses:
Yeah Right! produces silkscreen t-shirts for clients large and small, employing innovative printing techniques and utilizing customized inks. Owned by Ian Browning and empowered by his commercial press and his right hand man, Kevin, Yeah Right! has earned a reputation for high quality production and his original designs are a fan favorite at local fairs and festivals. In collaboration with Future Perfec t, the brand Pimple showcases the designs of guest artists.
Spork Press, edited by nationally recognized poet Dick Siken and operated by Drew Burk, publish work of non-fiction, hand-bound with covers printed by letterpress.
Future Perfec t, the final 3rd of our consortium, specializes in logo, branding and identity consultation for local craft businesses and artisans. In their curatorial role as the renovation firm responsible for the interior design of The ERVICE workshop, office and retail spaces, they operate the rare and collectible knick-knack STUF Store. Featuring goods picked by local truth seekers, as well as showcasing vintage mid century fine art prints and posters, these objects function as daily inspiration for the graphic work of our resident designers and frequent guests, shoppers and clients.
In cooperation with a local non-profit, we also play host to the monthly one day event FLEAZ, a pop-up vintage resale market, art, film and music extravaganza celebrating design work in multiple media and focused on the 3rd quarter of the 20th Century.
Store and gallery hours are
Fridays 4:00 PM-7:00 and the last Saturday Sunday of the month from 10:00-5:00
and by appointment.
FLEAZ is our once a month, all day and all night pop-up event. A curated vintage market with as many as 20 vendors takes place in our large secure yard from 10-10, while guest artists and in-house artisans are represented in the STUF Store from 10-5. In addition, 25-50% of beverage and ticket sales go to support local non-profits dedicated to the arts. Special exhibits, film-related and themed performances and rock and roll shows end the event schedule.
Cider samples, local craft beer tastings and the best food trucks in the Old Pueblo on site.
FLEAZ is available to vendors for a membership fee. Become a FLEAZ PICKER & join in!
Shop STUF & FLEAZ and support local businesses.
Become a collaborative artist and work with our in-house partners and have us sell your work, or become a member and display your work without commission rates applying.
Support our non-profit partners and give back to your community.
Attend events and experience the sound and vision of local artists.
Submit music and visual art ideas for curated events.
Display and store your art and earn member benefits and privileges, such as discounts and online promotions.
The ERVICE is operated by The American Success! Company. GETSTUF.STORE & FLEAZ is curated and managed by Future Perfec t, a graphic design. identity & branding consultation company.
Located just East of the Broadway/Campbell Safeway, The ERVICE is just blocks away from the U of A and Downtown Tucson, and is part of the Mid-Century Mile initiative,
Once an auto body repair and sales storefront, the Historic ERVICE Warehouse is a newly renovated property designed to provide workshop, retail space to tenants committed to print media and a willingness to explore mutually beneficial activities, such as gallery events.
The property consists of 3000 square feet of studio and workshop space, offices, indoor and outdoor storage and the STUF Store. A large fenced yard features mid century antiques once a month for our FLEAZ MARKET and we provide free customer and fee for service food truck parking.
Our current tenants include Yeah Right!, Spork Press, both specializing prints and publishing, and Future Perfect.
”It is my goal to bring artists,antique pickers, poets and performers together to produce and sell their work at a fair price, engage community, and have fun doing it. What we sell is an extension of what we create: either in the form of the inspirational source material found in the playful rarities of the objects which decorate our space, or as a direct result of our own efforts in small-scale, semi-commercial production. If we can do this in a way that benefits our neighbors and empowers those developing their talents in the arts, all the better.”
- Jeremy Thompson,
Owner TASCO & FP
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