when the screenprinting is going full swing in my basement, I will do an art print version of this, minus the text, with possibly some gumbells and other added details. I've got all the rubylith from this and many other early posters of mine.
Really fun show. i still feel all warm and fuzzy at how happy the evening was.
Plus I got to meet fellow poster guy Jeff Sheinkopf http://www.gigposters.com/designers.php?designer=3792&s=1
he plays keys in Sea Ray. Totally awesome.
also the poster was a hit with all the bands and... SOLD OUT!!!! :D
Ha! Thanks guys, I DO feel like I've grown up here.
The last year has been insanely busy, I've learned a lot about what I'm capable of and how I work, plus an enormous amount of inspiration and encouragement has gotten me this far.
It's nutty. I'm pretty excited about the future.
man! this is almost identical to a photorealism project i had done in 2d design at UT...no shit! the perspective was more drastic, all acrylic, fucking weird, man. where is that damned painting anyway?
i wanted to do something similar like that not long ago, using a pills bottle as a concept. but i just didn't know how to draw it out.
i wish i had better illustration skills. the ideads are in my head, but i just can get them down on paper.
anyway.. i love ur poster
Knowing the limitations of screenprinting and how to make things happen within those confines makes you a better designer. This was the very first thing I was drawn too in the new batch. Three colours and it pulls you in right away. keep it up. Nothing wrong with this at all...