It was a fleeting idea. Jeff Tweedy’s management needed a limited edition screen printed poster for his Tarrytown, NY sold out solo show. The city of Tarrytown is on the Hudson River, site of the infamous “Hudson Miracle” jet landing. The sketch was done and sent to the client – we waited to see the reaction……

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Man, we’ve been working our butts off, apologies it’s been a while between posts. We were very happy to once again work with Wilco and their management for five new posters in support of their East coast tour. Each design ties into something about the venue and or the host city, as an example the…

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This was a fun one to work on. Stickers are endless and it’s super cool to get to help a band we love with this latest one. We have a stupid amount of stickers, something you cannot have enough of. It may eventually become a tee or some other fun item, we’ll wait to see!…

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We’re really thrilled to be the “fresh” feature over at Communication Arts Magazine online edition. Communication Arts is the largest international trade journal of visual communications. Founded in 1959, the magazine’s coverage includes graphic design, advertising, photography, illustration and interactive media. There are some insights into the design samples they chose to feature that you…

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This proper British gentleman (we call him “Cedric”) can brighten up your walls today, visit the SHOP now to get your very own limited edition print! It comes with a not-so-subtle nod to the Monty Python style of animation done by the great Terry Gilliam, complete with Cupid’s foot from the show’s opening title sequence.…

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We really enjoyed watching Wilco’s great concert film “Ashes of American Flags”. The last thing we expected to see in it was one of our posters…but, holy crap, there it is! It appears they used it as a backstage sign of sorts. The original poster was done for a show in Houston, TX. We used…

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We just finished this poster for Wilco’s performance in Tucson, Arizona. It features Mr. Cactus, a trouble making character who enjoys lighting up a couple sparklers in the hot Arizona sun, he’s crazy like that. Inspired in part by a news article mentioning how Arizona was very close to passing legislation that would legalize sparklers…too…

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Wilco recently used two of our poster designs for the months of May and November. Here’s May’s imagery, and we’ll post November’s design in…well, now I guess. The calendar itself is designed by the very talented Lawrence Azerrad for LADdesign.net. The pages are designed so that you can switch out whatever imagery you like for…

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Here’s the new Wilco screen printed poster we finished recently. It supports the show at The Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL. We heard from the client that the posters at the venue sold out before Wilco even hit the stage! That made us happy. Measures 18″ x 24″, four color screen print by Nick @…

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