As mentioned recently, I unearthed two copies of mine and Adam Pobiak’s long sold out collaboration for Kyuss Lives in a forgotten roll tube. These sought after prints have now been put up in my online store for anyone who might have missed out on them the first time round.
Just found a few copies of mine and @apobiak’s sold out Kyuss Lives poster from a few years ago. I’ll have them with me this weekend at Screenadelica in Liverpool and will put them up on my web store afterward if no one picks them up. #kyuss #kyusslives #rockcity #screenadelica #soundcity #soundscity2013 #gigposter #screenprint #soldout #stonerrock
Just packaging up some more Kyuss posters. Thanks to everyone who’s bought one so far! If you still want one, drop into my web store, they’re selling pretty well!
A few process pics of the original drawing I’m doing for the Japanese Fund raising Event postcard auction at Spanky Van Dykes in Nottingham this Saturday. I’ll be there from about 10pm with any luck.
In other news, the Kyuss Lives! show at Rock City is tonight so Adam Pobiak and myself will have our collaborative poster on sale from tomorrow.
KYUSS LIVES! Process #4
The finished print!
Everything has gone really well today. It’s been a pleasure printing with Adam on real equipment in a real studio with his amazing secret tools.
Signing and numbering an edition of 100 in the morning that will be on sale from Kyuss at their Rock City show on the 31st of March and from the two of us afterwards.
KYUSS LIVES! Process #3
Adam tackles that complex three part split layer.
KYUSS LIVES! Process #2
The first (gold) layer finished. We’ve used a really nice speedball metallic ink through a T45 screen so the coverage is nice and thick. There’s a subtle halftone worked in there based on the original pencils from one of my elements as well.
KYUSS LIVES! Process #1
(Annoyingly I can’t upload multiple images using the Tumblr app, so expect a few of these posts throughout the day…)
Exposing the last of the screens