Tuesday, June 23, 2009

2009: A Beer Odyssey Artwork


This thing is going to be huge. 12" x 32" on Black Licorice Pop-Tone French Paper. For my first print with my first studio/workspace in my basement this is quite ambitious, eh? Not to mention awesome. I'll be printing up until Friday some time most likely, but it needs to get done as quickly as possible. Wish me luck!

I expect a split edition of 75 or so total, with some having no "Mountain Creek" logo on it. However, some will get made as the event is sponsored by Mountain Creek's Minhas Craft Brewery. I just enjoy the more monolithic feel of a silhouetted can. This thing's like some kind of super poster made up of a couple rad possible posters. Can't wait to see it as a whole at actual size. It's hard to really grasp what it will look like when it's cut off by my monitor. There's so much going on.

The poster and the printing process will prolly be up after the weekend. I'll also let you know how everything went and if there are some extra posters!

For posterity's sake many beers will be drank Saturday at 2009: A Beer Odyssey. Contact someone to join us in the middle of outerspace, Wisconsin.

Plenty of beer.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Early Peek at 2009 Poster

A sneak of the 2009: A Beer Odyssey print that's in the works. After a bunch of bullshit delays I'm slowly pushing out the artwork. I need to take a nap. I'll try and be done with it tomorrow morning. Printing in time is going to be hell.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

The Office

Hey, been pretty busy, but I've got everything almost set up for printing. Following the image's link will bring you to the set of photos I've recently put on Flickr (my first too). The first job will be the 2009: A Beer Odyssey poster. Images for the process and the poster itself will be up as soon as I work on it.

Check out 2009: A Beer Odyssey if you're interested. Contact someone soon. It should be great!

Friday, June 5, 2009

Oil Paint


I saw Skoal Kodiak at Heliotrope. One of the best shows ever. Unfortunately, no good photos. Check them out!

The bands were great at Heliotrope. Moonstone and Vampire Hands both had outstanding sets. It seemed something was up with Knife World, but they're still one of my favorites. I hope to hear more from them now that there's a bassist.

Josh Journey-Heinz + Jacob Stoltz produced a great poster for this years Heliotrope.