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Ed Roth

Brooklyn-based graphic designer Ed Roth founded Stencil1 in 2004. Many, including Martha Stewart, The New York Times, ReadyMade, and Country Living, have praised his iconic, reusable stencils. Stencil1 stencils can be used to paint walls, T-shirts, furniture—anything you want! Ed has done customized DIY events for clients such as Etsy and The Gap. He also does large scale stencil installation work for the Ace Hotel NY and Benjamin Moore among others. Ed lives in Brooklyn, New York with his dog Larry where he designs product for Stencil1, creates custom installations, and curates DIY events. Ed also focuses on his own artwork in his free time.
Baked In Brooklyn July 26 2014

Baked In Brooklyn

We paid a visit to Baked in Brooklyn, a local ceramic painting studio here in Williamsburg, Brooklyn [More]
 
Easy DIY Cherry Blossom T Shirt July 12 2014

Easy DIY Cherry Blossom T Shirt

We wanted to give our Stencil1 Cherry Blossom stencil a new look by using an unexpected color to stencil a shirt. We love the outcome! This t-shirt would make an awesome gift for any guy or gal! [More]
 
Tote-tally Awesome DIY Nautical Canvas Bags July 5 2014

Tote-tally Awesome DIY Nautical Canvas Bags

Now that the weather is getting warmer it’s time for picnics at the park, days at the beach and pret [More]
 
Sunny Days Kids Visor Project June 21 2014

Sunny Days Kids Visor Project

This how-to is great for children! It’s fast, fun and a perfect way to bond with your little one [More]
 
Transform a Wooden Tray with Stencil1 June 14 2014

Transform a Wooden Tray with Stencil1

We love the way our Star pattern stencil looks on wood. It makes a great background because it is so [More]
 
Stenciled Pillow DIY with Ed Roth June 7 2014

Stenciled Pillow DIY with Ed Roth

With my new stencil line with plaid being available at Jo-Ann's I wanted to do a project using some [More]
 
Easy DIY Summer Placemat May 24 2014

Easy DIY Summer Placemat

Everyone always says that homemade gifts are the best kind, and no one appreciates our homemade gift [More]