Jack Wyrick

Jessica Jack


Jack was born in the mountains of North Georgia in 1987. Because her father worked at a landfill, she was constantly surrounded by discarded printed goods: product packaging, newspapers, old photographs, books, and posters, to name a few. After studying sculpture and photography at Sewanee: The University of the South, Jack turned her attention to design and printing, working in industrial print studios and creating logos, illustrated goods, and printed materials for small businesses and corporations alike.

Recently, after working in silkscreen and diamond dust printing in New York City, Jack has returned to her Southern roots; she lives and works in College Park, and also prints for Danger Press in Adair Park.

Currently, Jack’s work focuses on original illustrations of iconic Southern consumer goods, and is hand-printed here in Atlanta; her other work includes typographic posters and textile design, and a line of stationery through her brand Train Stationers.

Jack has exhibited in the US and abroad, and received awards for her international work. Her work is held in both public and private collections.

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