Kids At The Bar bang out a bootleg remix of Quiet Riot's classic. Did you know that Quiet Riot's famous version is actually a cover from a 70s band?
Trying something new for my Springfield friends.
I still like the previous ROBOTIC flyers. They were simple, easy to read, and you instantly knew what it was for if you were familiar with the party. This flyer is fun though.
A design for a series of college nights around the country sponsored by Scion.
While finishing up my day at work, Rad Chad from Kids At The Bar hit me up on AIM needing a new logo asap for some promo stuff. So, being the friend that I am, dropped what I was doing and collaborated with him on this pretty sweet KATB skull logo.
We were wanting to do an 80s night a long time ago at PartyParty but never did. I have been playing a lot of random 90s over the past year so we decided to finally do an 80s & 90s night. This is the random poster that I did for it.
Thursdays in Norman, OK are back. Trying to rebuild them to what they once were.
I don't hand draw stuff very often. Its something i'd like to do more of but i need more practice with it. People seem to enjoy it but after i look at it for a while it looks too sloppy. I love ice cream though.
Logo for friends in Austin. Vicious' new remixes are tearing it up
Changing up the general look this time for Wildlife. Jazzing it up, one would say.
Reminds me of a Lazer Tag commercial from the 80s or something. I need to print a copy of this one for my wall.
I love playing at Soundpony. Its always a blast. I also love doing the flyers for those shows because most of the time they end up a little strange. This one is normal though.
Wildlife takes over Houston for a night.
I really like clean images. I don't get to do much like this ever so when Blake told me he wanted something black and clean looking it made me happy. Less is more.
My favorite Austinites are starting a new party and needed some fresh poster work. Keeping with my current space fad, but not having to do animal themes this time, I think i subconsciously chose the space shuttle blasting off for their first poster as a small step for man, giant leap for party kind kinda thing. Sounds good to me.
Wildlife vs Hot Flash party group from Dallas.
Wildlife 6 flyer. This design also became the new generic Wildlife flyer with subtle changes made to it.
I've been teaching myself AfterEffects and this is one early result. A very hard to read but visually really cool looking flyer for a SXSW 2009 party.
An early generic Wildlife flyer. Eventually this would change to almost the same design that was done for Wildlife 6.
The first version of the Wildlife 6 flyer that I did. They pointed out that it looked like someone named 'SIX' was headlining which was right. Who is SIX?
My favorite Wildlife flyer so far
Tiger has laser eyes! Pew Pew Pew!
Animals + Space = Wildlife
While the flyer for Wildlife 3 was getting closer to where I wanted to go visually with their artwork, for some reason I did this for the Kids At The Bar show. Where did this come from?
I was still trying to figure out a good way to go visually with the Wildlife flyers. Its getting closer.
This one didn't get to have an animal theme because it was the guy's birthday party.
Wildlife 1.5 with Computer Club. Still was trying to figure out where to go with their style.
Newly formed party group in Austin, Texas, WILDLIFE, came to me to design them a logo and do their flyers. I wanted to come up with something that felt like an animal carved the name in paper or something. Early flyers were kind of all over the place until I get settled in on a solid concept for them as you'll see.
Another version of the weekly ROBOTIC flyers, you can see how very little changes each week while still staying very recognizable as a ROBOTIC flyer.
Another variant on the weekly ROBOTIC flyers. Since moving the party back in April, ROBOTIC has becoming the biggest weekly party in Oklahoma, and one of the biggest weeklies in the US.
The brand new flyer for a brand new ROBOTIC. Although the party is reaching it's third year in existence, we had just moved to a bigger venue and needed a visual refreshment. Since we would be booking much more guest talent we needed a simple and easily recognizable flyer. We went with a very simple design where as all we would need to do is change colors each week and minimal information. This is the first flyer for the new version.
The brand new ROBOTIC logo which I feel very proud about. With this, a brand new flyer concept was made where every week only the colors and minimal info would be changed as to keep the public aware as to what party it is for.
An early concept for the new ROBOTIC logo
Very minimal amount of real information was printed on this poster. Printed countless amounts to plaster throughout the city. Used more as a hype machine rather then something to spread the info because we had 4x6 flyers to do that for us. Printed posters had variants in color design as well.