Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Here's an example of a poster in progress. Bacardi B-Live is a series of full on shows that happen almost every Bank Holiday Sunday. They used to work with a pretty strict template, which is fine, but they wanted to try something different. I put together the white draft (left) and they looked for a few changes which you can see on the right. Not a disaster.
Monday, March 22, 2010
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
They ditched the afrobeat orchestra by this stage, back in Dublin in 2007. This is just an edited version of their Security album cover with a bloody awful info section at the bottom, yuk, what was I thinking?
Monday, March 15, 2010
Wednesday, March 10, 2010
Hey, another gig that hasn't happened yet. This is for one next week when Mixmaster Mike comes to town. This is another one that started of as a very last minute design for a larger print ad then just carried on being the design for the gig. Not the best way to work it but I don't like it when the one gig has a couple of different designs and once something is used I tend to try and stick with it. I like consistency.
Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Deus poster from 2008. This is just the album cover they were touring at the time. Thing is 'deus' is done in this really thin scratch on the cover. Not ideal for a poster that sometimes needs to be seen from a distance. So I took it into illustrator and bulked it out. I hope it retained some of the spirit of the original, erm, not so sure about that. So anyway, I decided to hand draw the other text too.
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
This temporary Seasick Steve poster was a super quick one. It was done one afternoon just to be put up in the venue that night, I think the gig was announced that day. This gig and a second one ended up selling out before a proper poster was ever needed. So this is it.
Monday, March 1, 2010
Just thinking about what to post today when I read this. Guru of Gangstarr is in a coma following a heart attack. Hope he makes it through... This 2 colour billboard poster is from, I think, 2003 when they came back to Ireland for the first time in 10 years. It's a big duotone print, something I'd avoid at all costs these days.