Gifts From Enola LP’s

I just got these LP’s in the mail via the label, and the tour copies from the band when they passed through town last week. And i wanted to post the details up here, to show how well Pirates Press did of manufacturing these records. Specs include: Spot Color printed Poly Jacket, Die-Cut Outer Sleeve, Full-color Inside Sleeve, and three different colors of vinyl (all shown below).

Feature on French Paper Sample Room

My favorite paper company featured some of my work in their Sample Room today. French Paper has the absolute best lines of colored paper, and all ethically manufactured. They posted images of the sleeves I silkscreened for Giants’ “Old Stories” limited pressings on their Pop-Tone Gumdrop Green & Pop-Tone Blu Rasberry. Click HERE to see the feature.

The Lovely Lowbrow Toy Show

Here are some photos from tonights Lovely Lowbrow Toy Show, presented by Vivid Plastic. I made two custom MUNNYs. The first is a bear, where I re-positioned the ears using sculpy, which comes complete with a branch, and a suspended bee hive. For the second, (with the help of my dad and my friend Ray) I created a silicone mold of the MUNNY head, and then used the mold to cast the head in clear resin, with a brain inside. With the brain protruding out of the back of the head for clarity. A professional photographer is scheduled tomorrow to photograph each piece, so I’ll have better photos later.

Also, KidRobot did a feature of the show on their Kronikle blog, including the postcard art that Jeff and I made for the show. Awesome!





New Three Bears Design dot com

Just figured I’d let everyone know that today we finally launched the all new threebearsdesign.com. This new site has been in the making for quite some time. Big thanks to Steve for helping me get it up and running.

Good Life (part 2)

Meet Rickshaw Willie. I mentioned a few months ago about doing some new stuff for Good Life Tattoos & Piercings. Well, if this isn’t guerilla advertising, then I don’t know what is. Willie’s bike is a moving billboard for the shop, sporting some 4 foot banners that I designed to fit his custom-built rack. Additionally, below, Jesse just got in his new business cards, which I designed to symmetrically match Brian’s cards that I did a few weeks ago. Next up will be a full website.