Saturday, January 29, 2011

Recycled Trash

Just finished putting together this sleeve design for a forthcoming 7" by trashy British punks The Unreleasables. This is actually an old drawing which I have updated and kustomized for this sleeve. You can find the original version in the archives of this blog if you care to dig around a bit. Stay tuned for MORE ACTION!

Friday, January 28, 2011

Hamzig 4p-i-g

The current issue of Roctober has been out for a couple months now so I guess it's okay to post up this latest Hamzig installment as published therein. If you haven't picked up Roctober #48 yet, get over to and grab it, cuz it's yet another king-sized cornucopia of the wildest weirdness (un)popular culture has to offer. Should have some more new stuff to post in the next few days so... Stay tuned for MORE ACTION!

Friday, January 21, 2011

Wylde In The Streets!

Here be thee all new Wylde Oscars T-shirt design. These Aussie garage rock champions are gonna be touring Europe later this year so save up those Euros to nab one of these must-have fashion accessories when they play in your town. Stay tuned for MORE ACTION!

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Rock Madness!

I drew this poster back in 2002 for a benefit show featuring a bunch of Winnipeg's best rock'n'roll combos. Squareheads singer and local rock legend Anthony Bueno was the instigator of this madness, which included the debut performance by local heroines The Quiffs. A bunch of these bands appeared on the Winnipeg Riot! compilation so dig up a copy of that CD if you wanna get a taste of what these shows were like. Stay tuned for MORE ACTION!

Friday, January 14, 2011

Super Rock Team-Up

Here's a poster I finished a few days back for a cool upcoming show featuring a bunch of bands associated with Winnipeg's only rock'n'roll record label, Transistor 66. This piece was inspired by a few hours I recently spent perusing a bunch of mid-'70s Marvel comics that I bought when I was a kid. That may seem like a pretty oddball thing to be influenced by (especially considering how terrible most of those comics are) but never fear, without a doubt I'll find something even more inane to pay homage to in the not-too-distant future. Stay tuned for MORE ACTION!