Here's a little autumn-tinged flyer I drew for the indescribable and relentlessly creative Danielson! Been a fan forever so this was a blast. They're currently doing a mini-tour of the Midwest with the original family lineup in support of their brand new EP, which is truly among their best work. It's out now on Joyful Noise Recordings. Plus, Jad Fair provided the artwork for one of the videos. Looking forward to the Cincinnati show on Sunday.
Here is a large smiling sun (titled "a brighter future) I painted for this Saturday's benefit show at the Thunder-Sky gallery in Northside. This is the second edition of "Shelter in Place", a human rights benefit show curated by my friend Holly Prochaska. The first one was an awesome experience and very successful, and this one should be as well. Any piece of art or artist-made goods (photographs, handbound mini-books, prints, etc.) purchased will have 100% of the proceeds donated to a charitable organizations such as the ACLU or Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center. The opening is this Saturday, 6-10 PM at Thunder-Sky, Inc. Also, the upstairs show "Time Warp", a unique show in conjunction with both Thunder-Sky and the Pique gallery in Covington opens the same night.
Made a poster for one of my all-time favorite bands: Sweden's Träd, Gräs & Stenar. I could go on and on about the legendary T,G & S (with their latest record from August, they are now simply going by "Träden") ... but, instead, I will just say that this will likely be the best show ever. Tomorrow at the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, part of a US tour the band is doing with Endless Boogie.