This is a new gig poster I made for The Lotus Vellum, Brother Dan, and Sun Blood Stories. This is just the computer file, It is going to be screen printed by Andy Crawshaw at Broken Press.
Final print will be 18X24, 4 colors with glow in the dark on recycled french paper.
I'll post pics of the process and of the final poster as soon as it is off the press.
They will be available for sale at the show, and then in the Broken Press Webstore.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
The Lotus Vellum booked a last minute booking with Alaskan bands Feeding Frenzy and Brandon Reid. I didn't have time to do a full screened or printed poster, so I thought I would make a Zine for the show. I thought of it kind of as a program guide for the event itself. I made the central theme the fact that the show was on Jan 1st, or National Hangover Day.
I included some band info, and then some random stuff/info relating to new years day and hangovers.
This is of the whole front page folded out.
I'd like to also thank Rams Copy in the U-district just for being open during the Holiday weekend.
as well as a big thank you to local seattle pinball Zine Skill-Shot, and Chicken With Penis, for doing what you do and leaving your inspiration around town.
Monday, September 5, 2011
I recently did some layout and design for Brent Joel of Lucid Aisle. Here is the Logo I designed to be used for the inner booklet and for a sticker. Also here is the Layout I did for the inner booklet of Lucid Aisle's "Lunacity" album.
I designed the layout so that the booklet is reversible. Its meant to be folded in half, like a standard 4 panel CD Jacket, but I made it so that you can make the Inside the Outside, and vice versa. The blue photo was provided by Brent, I did the text layout and Logo.
Thank you for looking at these.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Here is the logo design, layout and packaging I did for White Sound's "Mouths Full of Rainbows" single. As well as a photo of the finished product. It is hard to tell in the photo, but the package on the right is inside of a plastic sleeve the package fits in to.