David Wax Museum is about to head out on a short, three day winter tour and wanted a new poster to sell along the way. They’re three-colors, and I’ll be screen-printing them on French Berrylicious paper, very limited! Go pick one up if you’re in Massachusetts for the holidays.
Last week, Mat Kearney‘s merchandise manager e-mailed me with an idea to screen-print a crew-neck sweatshirt with an image that makes it look like a knitted Christmas sweater. This was one of the fastest band-shirts I’ve ever done, and was approved within 24 hours of starting the concept. Pretty happy with how it turned out!
To celebrate 5 years since the release of Giants‘ They, the Undeserving, the nice people at The Mylene Sheath enlisted me to re-design the artwork for a new vinyl pressing. The main goal was to create something brand new and visually stunning, while maintaining the geometrical themes of the original artwork. I also got to pick the vinyl colors, which will be 100 copies on Clear Electric Blue, 100 on Opaque Oxblood, and 300 Red-in-Bone. Pre-order it now in their web-store.
The bands Kittyhawk & Cherry Cola Champions are releasing a new split 7″ and they kindly asked me to put together some artwork for the record. I actually had some of these pieces left over from a past rejected project, and they came together nicely to match the theme of the record. Kittyhawk’s song, The Green, premiered today on SPIN, along with the cover. Hear the song below.
Update! Brooklyn Vegan debuted CCC’s song Static. Go here to listen to it.