One project of note lately was doing a concert poster for my buddies in The Anniversary. Back in college, I played in my first "real" band (The Believe It Or Nots), and we ended up becoming buddies with The Anniversary when they played their first show (as The Broadcast at a skate park benefit) and played a ton of shows with them, including a hilarious "battle of the bands" competition on the back patio of the Replay Lounge (I made fliers out of old pairs of tighty whitey underwear and taped them up all over the University of Kansas campus; wish I had photos of them, as it was one of the best flier ideas I've ever had). We had a couple "brother bands", bands where you'd set up shows together and try to do as much as you could with each other; for us, it was Proudentall and The Anniversary. We were all goofy kids in Lawrence, Kansas just trying to make music that we liked, not thinking it would really matter anywhere else outside of our little bubble. Fast forward 20 years to Seattle, WA in 2017, and just how crazy it was to so far away from the place where all of these original memories had been created, and see them play to a room full of strangers who loved those songs as much as our little group of friends back home did. They sounded awesome and it was just good to see that crew again; I hadn't seen a few of them in at least a decade if not more. Anyway, spiel over; here's the poster. 4 color process silkscreens, printed in a run of 75 by the incredible humans at Broken Press in Seattle, WA. These are up for sale on my Etsy shop and on eBay, or feel free to contact me here if you want to purchase one! Go buy some merch from The Anniversary as well!