I made this stuff on behalf of freight train aficionado Say It Ain’t Southern. He held a terrific art show to accompany his Vol. 1 SIAS zine release in Dallas, TX. Posters are still available here.
I drew a bunch of banana peels to promote a show with Fucked Up, The Menzingers, and Bent Shapes in Boston. The poster was made on behalf of Converse Rubber Tracks. They were super-rad to work with. It was also super-rad to actually go to the show! Here’s the Show Drawn drawing from it!
I had the privilege to collaborate with Mike Del Marmol on the identity work for Miami’s inaugural Look Alive fest. Organized by Spilt Milk Projects, the fest was meant to fill the void of nightlife where VIP attire and status weren’t nessesary, and locals and Basel visitors alike could hang and rock out to top notch psych and noise acts from around the country. For the flyer, we wanted to take it in an occult direction, but like, occult in the everglades.
O Cinema was holding a Stanley Kubrick movie marathon in to coincide with the premeir of Room No. 237 in Miami. I made these guys, and had them printed by the guys at Iron Forge Press.
I capitalized on that Guy Harvey vibe with the sailfish, butchered it with small daggers, and then blew my nose on it. Boom, that’s how you make flyers.
I was asked to make a gigposter for the upcoming Sleigh Bells, Jacuzzi Boys, and Liturgy show in Ft. Lauderdale. Silkscreened by Iron Forge Press.
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