A little rundown from February in March includes some show posters, some bumper stickers and some photos!
First up, a Death Cab For Cutie poster, for their shows down in Little Rock and New Orleans. Hope you like pencils. This three-color screen print is available in limited remaining quantities at PorchlightDesignCo.com
I was recently asked to take some photos of a beautiful 1957 mid-century home in the Laurelhurst neighborhood to help promote a new real estate listing. The home's original architect was Robert McDaniel and the recent interiors were done by Emily Foster Henry.
Almost exactly a year ago, I provided branding for East West Machines. The company was started by the folks that run a great big growing apparel printing company called Night Owls. They not only screen print, but also provide direct-to-garment printing which requires a heat press. They decided to make their own heat presses as East West Machines. These cheeky bumper stickers were made to give away at a trade show.
I love designing for the historic Fillmore in San Francisco. The venue has a rich history in show posters dating back to the 1960s. My design for ALO's sold out show was a fun one with rollerskating, monsters, astronauts, divers, rockets and the beach.
Because the original Smith Tower print had been sold out for a little while, I decided to do a short run of a different colorway. Find the Smith Tower print in blue at Porchlight Design Co.
Keeping up with keeping Porchlight stocked with merch and designs in general is a big ol' task, but I managed to make some new shirts. The Porchlight Platter shirt is available online and in-store.
Tomo Nakayama and Bryan John Appleby headed out on tour together and I got to make 'em a poster. Beep beep.
Last, but certainly not least: The Head and the Heart / Revivalists Tour posters!
Lastly, some of my favorite photos that I took during February and March...