Brooklyn, NY

Dylan Goldberger is an illustrator and printmaker based in Brooklyn, NY. He grew up in New Rochelle, NY and moved to Brooklyn in 2007 to attend Pratt Institute, graduating with a BFA in Communication Design. He creates detailed, boldly-lined woodcuts, linocuts, and screen prints and creates digital illustrations using a visually similar technique.

His work is characterized by rich detail and texture and regularly features anthropomorphized animals in humorous scenes. His love of dogs and skateboarding are notable themes and present in his self-published alphabet book, See Spot Shred, released in 2015. He has collaborated with notable retailers such as Vans, Deathwish Skateboards, and Rome Snowboards and publications such SF Weekly, The Portland Mercury, and Thrasher Magazine.


I was thrilled to participate in the Print Posse because Speedball inks are products I’m already a huge fan of and use every time I print. I was really excited to see a lot of familiar, well-respected printmakers are involved, including the fact that Carlos and Bill are leading a lot of the creative direction. It’s very cool that Speedball is supporting printmakers in this way and I’m excited to see what everyone makes.

Dylan’s Limited Edition Posse Paper, “HAIR OF THE DOG”

“When designing skateboard graphics, I love using the natural wood as a color in the illustration. I wanted a similar colored paper to use as a base for my prints.”


Images of Work


Screen Printing