First off, I'm wrapping up the artwork for the latest Possessed by Paul James album to be released on Hillgrass Bluebilly Records. After that I will be working on a couple Soda albums! I will also start work on the Whalebone Farmhouse cd sleeve and some more posters from them.
In the meantime, my Goddamn Gallows/Los Duggans poster and my Scott H. Biram poster AND my Black Diamond Heavies poster all made it to the Poster of the Day section on gigposters.com.
Also, check out prettygoodposters.com because we'll be making it a functioning site soon!
The first time I heard Tom V. was "Johnny McCrae" on a mix disc a buddy of mine from the UK sent me, I then set out to find every single release from Tom and luckily when he came to play a show for me at the Brass Rail he gave me all of them. I'm super glad that I got the chance to work on this album for his next HBR release.
This photo was taken at the Brass Rail by the one and only Drew Allegre.
So, I'm in a second art show, this time in Winona Lake 45 minutes from Fort Wayne towards Warsaw. There will be four other artist, only one other graphic artist that does posters. Here is the logo I did for the show.
I've become quite a fan of Reverend Deadeye over the last couple of years. His brand of "gospel" music is unlike any others. He's heading back to Europe and asked me to design a poster for him, of course I said yes. Here is my favorite of the series from Anderson Design's Croatian office.
While talking family with one of the members of the Sundresses, I mentioned how Cela was starting to draw "posters" as well and he said "have her do our next one." So we did, she spent many days drawing up concepts and ideas and redrawing and redrawing. Finally, we came up with these two piece and put them together.