I spent a couple hours in Garders Books in Tulsa last Friday looking at book jackets. I bought an armload of these, but couldn’t take home all the books I wanted. I found the best covers in the science section, a few keepers in philosophy, including a Paul Rand cover for The Modern Temper, and a particularly disturbing cover for a book about Bill & Hillary. Yikes. Anyway, have a look, and get out and find some design treasures.
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I was really thrilled to make a poster for two of my favorite bands in the world: Torche & Big Business. I wanted it to be intense, the way their music is intense. I also wanted it to be unique to screen-printing. I had wanted to do a bunch of stuff that ended up not happening, like glow-in-the-dark ink, and printing a dotted line on the back where people could cut out the face and use it as a mask. Maybe next time. I did, however, work in some metallic gold which makes the moiré background really crazy to look at. And I cut one of the posters into a mask and sent it to the band. If you happen to be in Denver on July 31st, do not miss this show!
I’m uploading a bunch of iPhone/iPod wallpapers for peoples.
Get ’em while they’re hot!
Visit this site with your mobile device, tap & hold to download the images, and then go to your photo library and choose to set as your wallpaper. They work best as lock-screen wallpaper, but do as you please.
HEY! Get over to kickstarter and help fund this awesome project featuring the work of Oklahoma artist Rick Sinnett.
I can’t believe Kate and I are going to have a show at West Texas A&M with our pal Marcus.
This poster that He and his crew made for us is INTENSE…
There’s a new poster in the poster gallery for Tulsa Camerata. This poster is for an event with a variety of music all having some tie to New York City. But it’s in Tulsa. So what could I do but smash the two skylines together?
Poster and process details for my 4-color freakout for Sleepy Sun… Stay tuned!