May 31, 2022

Primus 5.28.22 Lafayette NY

Got to do another poster for Primus! This time for their show at Beak & Skiff, which happens to be close to where I live, so I got to go to the show as well. Posters sold out at the show but I'll have some available this week for anyone who missed out. This art is inspired by the song Ballad of Bodacious as well as the venue location - an apple orchard in Lafayette, NY. Lafayette also hosts an annual Apple Festival that showcases all things harvest and apple-related but also has carnival rides, etc.

May 3, 2022

Mastodon - 4.30.22 Milwaukee

My latest and third poster for the boys in Mastodon, for their show 4.30.22 in Milwaukee, WI and the Eagles Ballroom. Continuing to draw on themes of life, death, creation and rebirth presented throughout the band's latest record, Hushed and Grim, I chose to develop a visual interpretation of the ancient Egyptian solar diety Khepri. Khepri represents the rising morning sun, creation, and rebirth in ancient Egyptian culture, among other things and was frequently depicted as a scarab beetle. I'll have some copies of these available in my webstore pretty soon. Sign up for my mailing list to be notified first!

April 19, 2022

Buried Acorn - Schfifty

Beer! Beer is good. I got to do this label for Buried Acorn's newest product, Schfifty, a helles lager brewed in Syracuse NY, at the request of the one like Sean Place - beer expert, techno god and friend to many, including myself. This beer was brewed in collaboration with TV star and funny guy Zane Lamprey, whose birthday coincided with his stand-up comedy performance at the brewery a couple weeks back. Very happy to be a part of this whole thing and it was fun to do another beer label. I've been doing mainly gig posters lately where color use is somewhat limited, so it was really cool to be able to use a ton of colors and not worry about it!

March 2, 2022

Eric Church - Orlando

My latest! I had the opportunity to do a poster for Eric Church for his upcoming show in Orlando, FL on 3/4/22 and this is what I came up with. The car in the illustration is actually a '35 Ford coupe my dad built in 1969. He drove it for a while until he moved on to another project, and it ended up sitting outside for a few decades until my brother decided to resurrect it a couple years ago. Anyway I took a photo of it right before my brother did his thing with it, and used that photo for reference to create this poster. 18x24", 7 colors, printed by Subject Matter Studio in NC. These posters will be available at the show on friday, and I'll have some available in my store eventually as well. There is a regular edition on Cougar Natural 100#C and a rainbow foil variant too. Thanks to Matt at Chief Merch for the gig, this was a fun one!

January 5, 2022


Finally got to do a poster for touring juggernaut known as Phish. Been after this one for a while now, I'm glad it finally happened, and for their NYC New Year's eve run of shows at the Garden too. Unfortunately the shows got postponed due to the pandemic but the posters had already been produced by then, so the band decided to just sell them on their Phish Dry Goods site. For this one I tried to keep it light and incorporate some themes from their latest album Sigma Oasis, and the song Steam, specifically, tied into the venue (Madison Square Garden) and city (NYC) the shows were supposed to happen in. This poster was done in two colorways, show edition of 1,000 posters per colorway and 100 Artist Edition copies per colorway. Huge thank you to Lady Lazarus once again, who pulled off this insane print job in a ridiculously tight timeframe! All copies have now been sold out, but I may have a few stragglers left once I get the orders shipped, we'll see. Keep an eye on my webstore and my instagram (@1000styles) if you haven't been able to snag a copy yet and want one!

Mastodon - 11.18.21 Boston

Scored another poster gig for Mastodon - this time for their 11.18.21 show in Boston. For this one, I tried to echo some of the new album's (Hushed & Grim) themes in the artwork - the ouroboros represents constant renewal and lilies represent death and mourning. The building is a part of the Old South Church in Boston. Printed 18x24" in 7 colors on both 100# Natural cover and rainbow foil stocks by Lady Lazarus in TX. I have some copies that I have yet to put up for sale but will very soon. Subscribe to my mailing list to be notified about the release! Big thanks to the band and to Lady Lazarus for bringing me in on this project!