LomoChrome Purple

I went on tour in February and March, and found that I left my Holga in Caravels’ van. I finally got the rolls back and developed. These are from my first photos taken with the new film LomoChrome Purple, and I’ve published a film review on my LomoHome. See more photos, here.


mewithoutYou “Catch for Us the Foxes” T-Shirts

My friends in mewithoutYou are celebrating the 10 Year Anniversary of their record Catch for Us the Foxes. In commemoration, they’re doing a short tour performing the record in its entirety. I designed two new t-shirts for the tour, based on the songs The Soviet and Torches Together.  These shirts will be first available on the west-coast tour dates, and I’ve included both songs below, via Spotify.


The Fray – 2014 Tour Merch

This week, The Fray are headed out on a massive summer tour in support of their new album Helios. I designed a new tour poster, and a bunch of new t-shirts.  The first shirt is show-specific for their hometown concert in Denver at the notorious Red Rocks amphitheater. I also made a pair of shirt-designs inspired by their hit-single Love Don’t Die, and even a simple pocket-tee.


Ray Lamontagne Cleveland Poster

Here is a look at my latest gig-poster, it’s for Ray Lamontagne‘s upcoming concert at Jacobs Pavilion in Cleveland. His new record is called Supernova and I knew immediately that I wanted to do something retro and space’y. Overall, my goal was to incorporate some outer-space elements, and to look like the figure is entering into a cryptic portal. I’ll be screen-printed these in a limited-edition, first available at the concert. Three-colors on French’s Pop-Tone Red Hot paper. I’ll have a small quantity for sale in my online store, after the event.


If These Trees Could Talk Deluxe 2xLP

The Mylene Sheath just announced their 50th release as a label, and they decided to re-visit the very first record they put out back in 2007. This new deluxe edition of If These Trees Could Talk‘s first two records comes complete with all new artwork, and packaged in a classy embossed, thick-stock gatefold sleeve. For the artwork, since this is a double-album, I decided to use double-exposed photographs. I’m proud to reveal the cover, below.