Gov't Mule Halloween Oakland, CA
Sun, Oct 31 2010 02:08
I went with a classic, vintage, psychedelic San Francisco vibe for the art. 15x22 on French Oatmeal paper. Mule's legendary Halloween shows involve covering a certain band throughout the sets. This year's theme was The Who.
The poster art played off The Who's lyrics that I think applies perfect to the misunderstood monster from Frankenstein :
No one knows what it's like
To be the bad man
To be the sad man
Behind blue eyes
--From Behind Blue Eyes
and the line
"Don't Cry" hidden in the top
--From Baba O'Riley
There is also a Who icon as the Third eye on the monster.
Available at the Oakland show and upcoming on the Drowning Creek Web Store.
Umphrey's McGee Halloween 3D
Sun, Oct 31 2010 01:48
My latest Lenticular 3D poster for UM. Since working with lenticular printing I've always wanted to do a Haunted Mansion themed piece. I loved that place as a kid when visiting Disney World. I especially liked the pictures that changed as you went past them.
This poster is 12x18 printed using a 100lpi lenticular screen. It's sharp, vibrant and very clean. I did some experimenting and was able to animate the face changing into a skull and the candle flame flickering, as well as, make the piece very 3D. Very happy with this one. Get them at the show in ST Louis, the UM merch store at Music Today and a little later at the Drowning Creek web store.
** the poster does not have the white edge ghosting in the actual printed piece. This occurs when we set up the animated gif for the web.