Echo-Lit is a small print shop in Charleston creating educational and inspirational art using neighborhood resources. The owners—Chris Rice and Jeanne Stevenson—also focus on giving back to their fellow artists.
After 15 years designing and working together, Rice and Stevenson opened the shop two years ago and began by designing literary-themed art. They expanded to include inspirational, science, and locally themed designs, even covering tough topics like bullying and self-esteem. Because their educational designs are striking and not like anything else on the market, they caught the eye of the art designers at Marvel Entertainment, and their work can be found in the movies Spiderman and Antman.