So, over the last few months I have been very busy with the 'day job' and have neglected this here blog something terrible. I have however, still been getting a bit of drawing done, so here's what I got up to come the end of MMX:
Get A Grip and All In Vinyl recently put on a show with a super pairing of American talent, Landmines and Jeff Row, both of which you should definitely check out.
Fenix Tx & Maycomb
The boys from Maycomb where so stoked to be playing with the pop punk ledgends that are Fenix Tx that they commissioned this commemorative poster, available at the show & and maybe still from them if you ask real nice.
Tee design for sweet 5 piece Hello Mexico, go have a listen. These tee's can still be got at their online merch shop along with their ep.
Supersonic and the trip up North
I don't tend to stray further north than Cardiff on many occasions, but in November I decided to go visit old housemate and best buddy Kay, of Get A Grip fame, in Birmingham. Whilst there I finally got to ses the Get A Grip Studio, and I've got to say it's a pretty sweet set up (if not a bit cold!) especially considering Kay's last workshop I saw was her parents garage!
My visit also coincided with the Supersonic festival at The Custard Factory where GAG had a stand exhibiting their sweet screen printing skills. Whilst Kay dipped out for a pint and a wee, me and Kay's man, Andrew from Bangers, took the helm! To see a more pictures and a better telling of the story go here, I recommend it.
Crazy Arm Poster
If you've not checked out Crazy Arm yet, you should, had the pleasure of meeting them a year or two ago and a nicer bunch of fellows you will not meet, and they can't half bash out a belter!
Get A Grip: Screen printed Christmas Card
I know it's a little bit late, but if you want to see the other cards in the collection by Darren John, Mister Millerchip & Thomas Lacey then head here.
Oh Boy, There Goes The Neighborhood!
A 1 off A3 Print for my good friend Ryan Hopkinson, photographer pro with One Small Army.