February + March 2022 Design Recap
Still playing catch-up getting to these monthly recaps, so here is a slightly condensed February and March.
First off, a poster for one of my all-time favorite bands since high school—Jawbreaker. Their "borrowed" Morton Salt girl imagery has long been associated with the band, so I played on that, with a close up of the very recognizable girl and her umbrella. These prints were limited and available in small numbers. A few are left at Porchlight Design Co.
These posters were designed for local soul guys The Dip and they're two shows at the Showbox. The band has a few copies remaining via their webstore.
This next print was a cowboy-inspired one for all those that need some pink on their walls. The print is available exclusively at Porchlight Design Co.
Over the years I've come up with various designs for Take Care Yoga, a community-based yoga studio in Seattle. Recently they asked me to take some photos for their marketing and social media use. Here are a few of my favorites.
With so much mail order going out these days, it's important to house it nicely. I designed some sunny tissue paper to accompany all these orders.
I also took some time to paint a little figurine. I've always been inspired by Alexander Girard's wooden dolls and this was my simplified iteration.
Lastly, a few of my favorite photos taken in February and March...