Earlier this week, Adam Fulrath, the Art Director, for Time Out New York, e-mailed me a crazy job description for a half page piece. Basically it read: stripper, upside down, sizzling steak, Tex Avery, hungry guy, bulging eyes/unreeled tongue. Sounds great, right? Anyways, 24 hours later the final was in his hands, and below is the process from sketch to final. Thanks again Adam.
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Friday, September 18, 2009
Just finished a challenging project, creating a shirt for the South Australian rock band Paper Arms. I say challenging because working with just 2 or maybe 3 colors is a little bit of a departure from my recent work, but it was nice to get back into the mindset of screen printing. Tom Crosby (drums and vocals) was a real prince throughout the whole project, so be sure to check out their music at http://www.myspace.com/paperarms . Below are some process photos, plus a few different versions of the 2 color design.