Its that time of year once again! Phish tour 2014 is fast approaching, and with school ending soon, I’m finding more time to create some stuff for the summer. With 2 nights at the Mann Center, it seemed fitting to create a poster for this show. With the city skyline visible from the venue, and a zoo within walking distance, it only seemed fitting to use a Slave to the Traffic Light reference.
The print is a 6 layer stencil (no registration- I had to line these up by hand) and spray paint on braille paper. They measure 8.5×11 (fits in a document frame.) Each one has a different sunset, and different colored lettering. I also have 2 available with smaller lettering on the top right corner. I will be doing a total edition of 50 of these, 10 will be available through etsy (Find the rest on the lot!) I can take request for specific colors, with small or large lettering, or no lettering at all until print all 50.
As I’m sure there are plenty of fans of my work that aren’t Phish fans, I’ll be working on a site to focus on that work. First couple posts will be reposts from here, but I’ll quickly be adding new sketches and drawings, as well as original works and prints for sale. More details to come!
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What does the braile say?
I’m not entirely sure, but I do know it is from a children’s magazine. My future wife is a braille transcriber, so she’d bring me manuscripts to use. I do want to eventually actually write relevant things in braille to the art I’ll create on it.
[…] the shows got to experience on the way to the venue. This design is actually a throwback to my very first Mann print which was spray paint and stencils on braille paper. I don’t think any sold on lot, only sold […]