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Last year, we talked with TOMMYINK‘s creator Tommy Sheehan about his poster design inspiration. This week we’re loving his event poster design for the first annual Buckle Up Music Festival, a three-day music bash that took place in July along the Ohio River.
TOMMYINK teamed up with Nelter Small Batch on this project. The result? A very limited “Small Batch” edition of cool posters, comprised of six designs—for artists Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Old Crow Medicine Show, The Band Perry, Jamey Johnson and Alison Krauss—with only 35 prints of each, printed by Southpaw & the BLDG.
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To view other work by this artist, please visit – http://citron–vert.deviantart.com/
Brandie Brouillette’s imagination runs wild as she stylizes a banner to sell local cheese and salami, and Taylor Hellewell meticulously adds detail to a fanciful portrait of a Storm Trooper, which will hopefully entice customers to buy coffee—this is a day in the life of a Harmons Grocery sign artist. Harmons, a local supermarket with 16 stores throughout Utah, employs six full-time artists to produce its signage. The hand-drawn chalk art signs add to an open, friendly, local-store vibe, which sets Harmons apart from other supermarkets.
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For those of you who haven’t gotten over the fact that it’s over. No spoilers. Enjoy!