This is a poster I designed for When You Awake’s Free all ages concert. The show got a lot of local press exposure which means my design did too. It ended up on the LA Times blog and Filter Magazine. It was fun to see. I’d like to thank Jody Osborn and Bobbie Kittleman for all the great design projects.
http://www.whenyouawake.com â—Â Â http://freeforallfestival.com/
The Alt-Country blog, When You Awake is turning two years old this month and to celebrate they are throwing a party at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles.Â I’ve done a number of mixtape covers for them which were really fun to illustrate. So I was thrilled when Jody asked me to design their poster for the event. It looks to be quite a fun night with lots of bands.Â Get your tickets here.
ABOUT WHEN YOU AWAKE
When You Awake is an ode to country life, celebrating everything from classic country and rock to the the current indie folk and roots scenes. The daily blog features music news, mixtapes, ticket giveaways, style finds and much more. With roots in Nashville, Los Angeles- based founder Jody Orsborn also presents shows around town featuring musicians like Justin Townes Earle, Deer Tick and Leslie and the Badgers.
February 3, 2010
This is a sticker for my friend Jackie’s blogÂ www.Cheapsters.org. The blog features fun things to do in LA on the cheap and general money saving tips. Check it out!
Update: Sadly all things end and so to Cheapster’s untimely demise. Jackie decided to focus on other things and had to let Cheapsters go to do that.
Yet another mixtape cover for my friend Jody over at When You Awake. This mixtape features songs about leaving the big city for the country life.
Another ‘When You Awake’Â illustration. My friend Jody has a country music blog called When You Awake and she releases mixtapes every so often. This one was for the Halloween mixtape, Cold Blooded Country featuring murder ballads and general lunacy.
“Cause there’s nothin’ strange about an axe with bloodstains in the barn
There’s always some killin’ you got to do around the farm.”
Murder in the Red Barn by Tom Waits