January Design Recap
January is a real garbage month here in Washington. But here are some fun posters from the month...
First up is a three-color screen printed poster for the New Pornographers at The Neptune. Inspired by an old airline poster, this one shows the arm of a formal waiter serving up Mt. Rainier–it even has a festive little flag on top. You can buy a copy right here.
The second poster of the month was for Tomo Nakayama and Ings at the Fremont Abbey. This show had the coziest theme in the world and even included a candle exchange.
This next one is my third for design for Ben Gibbard in the last few months and one of my favorites I've designed. A while back I came up with a similar design, but ultimately I wasn't as happy with the color choices and overall design, but this one for Ben fixed that. Later in the year it'll be screen printed and available for purchase.
While I did grow up in the 80s, the decade generally doesn't have much influence on my design work. But this poster was for an 80s-themed evening at the Showbox and came out pretty well.
Last but not least, the best photos I took during the month of January–as voted by me.
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