Artcrank at Interbike

I’m very pleased to announce that I’ve been selected to take part in Artcrank’s Interbike show. There’s a really great lineup, including my friend Kris Johnsen from Maine, and I’m looking forward to starting on my contribution. Stay tuned!

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Thanks to everybody who came out to Flatstock 35 this past weekend! It was a fun weekend, rain and all, and I had a great time meeting you all. I got back to Boston very late last night, and am now ready to get back to workin’ on posters.

New Work: Hop Along

Here’s the finished poster from yesterday’s show, and is also available on my web store like usual.

New Work: A Storm Over The Mountains

FINALLY finished this art print. Three screens with one split fountain to make four colors. 19×25 on French Speckletone Madero Beach, edition of 35 signed and numbered. Detail shots are here, here, here, and here. As always, it’s available for sale at my web store.

New Work: We Were Promised Jetpacks

Three color poster for We Were Promised Jetpacks’ gig tonight at the Paradise Rock Club. I’ll be selling them at the show, and it’s a very very limited edition of 30, so if you want one come out early.

New Work: Lost in the Trees Gig Poster

Here’s the poster for last night’s Lost in the Trees show at the MFA here in Boston! It’s three colors, 12×18, in an edition of 55. As always, it’s available for sale at my web store.

New Work: The Jezabels Tour Poster (Land & Sea Editions)

Just finished printing these for the Jezabels last night! The band will have 180 with them on the twenty-one city tour throughout Northern America (both the US + Canada), and I will have a limited amount for sale as well. The main edition is the “Land” in green, with a smaller variant in blue as the “Sea.”

I will be in Western Mass this weekend, but coming up next week is photos of the poster for Lost in the Trees’ MFA show here in Boston, and I will also be working on the poster for We Were Promised Jetpacks at the Paradise late this month, as well as Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears in North Carolina.