Tag Archives: posters
On Friday, July 11th, I’ll be at the opening of the LOOK 4 show at FOE Gallery in Northampton…
My painting(s) will be up at FOE until August 3. The Demographic is always around waiting to be listened to online. Maybe I’ll see ya!
A recurring feature in which I present a collection of miscellaneous crap err, interesting things to look at that I have lovingly and carefully curated for your enjoyment. (more…)
I was in three gig-playing bands previous to The Demographic: TALLER THAN gOD (early 90s), HAPPY (mid 90s), and then The No-Shadow Kick (1998-2007). I used to make all the gig posters, because making the flyers was more fun than playing the shows. Funny thing was, I never put a whole lot of effort into making them (as you will surely see in the images below). I’m definitely not posting these because I’m proud of them, that’s for sure. I post them as my own little visual record of the non-existent music scene of early ’90s Haverhill, Mass. and the actually-pretty-cool Northampton music scene of the late ’90s/early aughts. (more…)
An interview with a French poster art blog. See the original post at Crewkoos Rock Poster Artists Interviews. My poster art can be seen in my portfolio and on ETSY.
Tom Pappalardo (Standart Design) (US)
Graphic designer and illustrator since 1995 or so, Tom Pappalardo is rubnninbg Standart Design which had received the honnor of featuring in the new Gigposters book. Is this the only reason why Standart design is today featuring on the blog ? Certainly not as working for bands like Built To Spill, Clutch, Ween, Neko Case, Mission Of Burma, High On Fire, Mike Doughty, Bob Mould, My Morning Jacket is alreadu THE good reason. (more…)
I have two pages of artwork in this lovely and imposing book by super-cool Canadian person Clay Hayes. 11×14″ inches of rock mixed with 208 pages of roll published by Quirk Books. The work I’ve got featured: The New Pornographers (full page), Mission Of Burma, Farm Aid 2006, Melvins, and Stereolab. Some of the original prints are for sale on ETSY (except the Farm Aid one). It’s a great cross-section of artists working in a bunch of different styles. I recommend it (& Volume One, too!).
You can order either volume directly from Clay on the gigposters site, as well as peruse the overwhelming list of fantastically talented contributors.
Hey! Check out these illustration/collages of cute lil’ farm & zoo animals I’ve been working on. They are chubby and/or adorable and all woody ‘n’ stuff. They’re all 12″x12″ square and printed on heavy non-glossy card stock. They’re $18 each, available directly from me or on ETSY. Look for more in the coming months!