The short month went by quickly and here are the design projects I managed to cram into it:
First, the Camp Cup enamel pin, modeled after the iconic blue camping enamelware. I made this little guy to add to the long line of enamel pins offered at Porchlight as well as online at Close By.
Second and third I finished up a couple new additions to my Midcentury series including a Stahl-inspired cliff house looking out over the city and a bright, sunny desert motel. Both are available in my store.
Last but not least is the poster for Ben Gibbard at the Showbox to raise money for Standing Rock and the legal fees they've encountered while protesting DAPL. In collaboration with the wonderful print shop Broken Press, I'll be donating 100% of the proceeds from poster sales to the same fund.
The first project was for Do206's Valentine's Day show at Barboza. The whole poster is heavily influenced by 1950's children's books (aside from the bearded, bare-butt, Galifianakis-looking Cupid) and features a couple Seattle landmarks.
Second, is a large 18" x 24" screen printed movie poster for Hannah Peterson's documentary "Cowboy Poetry". See more photos of the design right here.
Lastly, I made some new Porchlight shirts aptly titled Mt. Porchlight. The design is a 1 color screen print on athletic gray American Apparel shirts. You can purchase them in the store or the online store.