mewithoutYou at the Grog Shop Poster

Next week, my friends in mewithoutYou are coming to Cleveland on the Catch for Us the Foxes 10 Year Anniversary Tour. I’m a big fan of Song of Solomon, and I’ve had this idea brewing in my head for over a year, intended to be be a companion to The Soviet shirt I designed earlier in the tour. The final product is a four-color screen-printed gig-poster, printed on French Speckletone Wine paper. Come find me at the merch table to grab one! I’m reserving a small amount of copies for my online store, which will be available on October 14th.


More mewithoutYou “Catch…” T-Shirts

This Friday, mewithoutYou will be headed out on the second leg of their Catch for Us the Foxes 10 Year Anniversary Tour. After designing two shirts for the songs The Soviet and Torches Together, I’ve got a new pair of shirts, these ones based on Seven Sisters and Paper Hanger.  They’ll be first available on the east-coast tour dates with The Appleseed Cast, and I’ve also included both songs below via Spotify.


Interview on Curatorial Collective

Many thanks to Rob Lehr for asking good questions and saying nice things about my work. Read the full interview over at Curatorial Collective.


Cloud Nothings Fall Tour Poster

I recently had the pleasure of working on a new poster for Cloud Nothings‘s upcoming fall tour. I teamed up with my friend Nick Spolarich, who has worked on a number of projects with the band in the past. The result is a two-color screen-print on French Fuse Green paper, with an additional glow-in-the-dark layer! Check out the full print below; those ghosts will be invisible when the poster is held in the light, and are revealed in the dark.


Caspian: 10th Anniversary Gig-Poster

On October 18, 2014, the band Caspian will be playing a special concert to celebrate their tenth anniversary of being a band. The event will take place at the historic Larcom Theatre in the band’s hometown of Beverly, Massachusetts. I’ll be screen-printing a limited run of these posters, with metallic inks, which will be available at the show. The illustration was inspired by a large peacock mural on the front of the venue, and the ten feathers represent the band’s ten years of existence.