This is a new poster I put together for Emily Hearn. She just released a new EP, Promises, which inspired the illustration for the poster. She’s about to be out on tour, and you can pick one of these up at a show!
This is the cover for Dietrich Strause‘s new album Little Stones to Break the Giants Heart. It was produced by my friend Austin Nevins, who plays guitar in Josh Ritter’s Royal City Band. He hired me to collaborate with his brother, grammy nominated artist Peter Nevins. Peter printed a series of linolium-block prints, which we then colored and assembled together for the final package. It comes out on October 22nd!
My latest (and long overdue) article for Lomography is a Lomo Location about St. Elmo, Colorado. I was recently visiting Colorado for a wedding, and while traveling through the mountains we made a stop at this preserved ghost town, which was deserted in the 1950′s. Click here to read the full article.
There are four days left on Sea Wolf’s Kickstarter campaign, and this is a new reward I finished up last week. If you pledge $9 or more you get a blue patch with the new insignia I designed for the band. There will also be details announced soon about a golden patch. So far the campaign has raised $38,000 in the last month, and needs another $12k to meet its goal in the next four days. Don’t forget to look for the new shirts & poster I made!
My friends in Frightened Rabbit are back in the U.S. of A. right now on a nearly two-month tour. For their return to Ohio, they asked me to make a commemorative poster for their show in Columbus on October 15th. The illustration is based on their song Backyard Skulls, and even incorporates elements from the band’s album art. I’ve included the song below.
This is my third poster for the band, it’ll be three-colors, screen-printed by hand on French Hot-Fudge paper, come buy one from me at the show!