This fall brought some new designs and a rare week-long vacation for me to Southern France, where I visited family that I hadn't seen for over 25 years. See the photos at the very end of this post.
I designed two posters for the Head and the Heart in Oct/Nov. The first is an 18 x 24 silkscreened print for the band and their fundraising show. The theme of the poster revolves around what makes Washington home. The second is a 16 x 20 traditional poster, designed for the band's in-store at Easy Street Records with a moody nighttime theme.
I also converted the "Home" design to a t-shirt for the band:
In November, I did a small run of these hats which are burnt orange cotton caps with a Happy Sun in off-white embroidered on the front. A few are still available in-store and at Porchlight Design Co.
I was asked to design some posters for Seattle Theater Group's "Silent Movie Mondays", putting my spin on some early 1900's movie posters. It was a fun project and here's what came from it!
Golf is many things—dumb is definitely one of them, but so is fun. I made some fun little golf ball markers to bring some music (kinda) to the course. Below, you can see the marker, the packaging and the promotional photos I took on the course at Nile up near Mountlake Terrace.They're available at Porchlight Design Co.
Lastly, some photos from the months. Some are from a quick Thanksgiving weekend to the Washington Coast, a couple from Palm Springs and others from Aix-en-Provence See the Photo Journal entry at Porchlight Design Co. for more from Southern France too.