We'll be hanging out at The Redhook Brewlab on Thursday July 12th for the Capitol Hill artwalk! We'll have around 25 posters hanging up in the Brewlab as well as a few posters on hand for sale. If you're free, come on by!
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What puts the "home" in your hometown? Distilling this into a single memory, place or feeling is certainly a challenge, but a challenge we were ready to take on. We'd like to present "Forevergreen: A Pop-Up Shop Celebrating Seattle & The Pacific Northwest". Our vision of the environment, industries, and culture that conspired to create this place we call home. From the minds of Oxford Pennant, Freeman and Invisible Creature, we bring you these slices of Seattle in ink and felt. As much an art show as it is a celebration of Seattle, these limited edition pennants and banners simultaneously capture both nostalgia for things past and imagination for whats to come. Opening reception: Saturday July 7, 5pm at Freeman. Come say hey!
I'm very excited to announce that IC has recently accepted the role of handling creative direction for our friends at the landmark Canlis restaurant in Seattle. We'll be working closely with them to oversee design-related projects throughout the year, specifically in regards to events and Canlis-related products. We're also very excited to work with a handful of talented artists in the Pacific Northwest to bring these projects to life as the months go on. First up? Shake Shack is coming to Seattle! To celebrate the arrival of their new location in South Lake Union, Canlis is throwing them a BBQ party in their (beautiful) parking lot this Saturday, June 23rd. I had the pleasure of creating this 5-color silk-screened poster commemorating the occasion and they will be on sale at the event. All proceeds benefit Queen Ann Food Bank! Side note: It’s going to be paaaaaacked, so ride-share or take the bus if you plan on cruising out. Hope to see you there!
Soooooo excited to work on a poster for one of my all-time favorite childhood (and adulthood!) heroes: "Weird Al". 9-year-old me listening to Nature Trail To Hell on my Walkman while waiting for the school bus in 1984 has just passed out. This poster commemorates his show happening this Tuesday, May 29th at The Moore Theatre here in Seattle. See you there.