I was honoured when my good friends at Panic State Records asked me to design a T-Shirt for their Hurricane Sandy Relief Auction / Charity Drive. Please visit THIS LINK for more information on buying a T-Shirt and supporting The Red Cross, and also THIS LINK for the Auction Panic State is running. Let’s help Restore The Shore.
Here’s a shirt I just finished for my good, good friends Astpai. They are an INCREDIBLE band from Austria. One of the best bands I’ve ever seen live. They pack so much passion into each set, and are some of the most intricate and interesting song writers I have had the pleasure of meeting. PLEASE do yourself a favour and check this band out.
This is a tattoo design I was asked to do for a good dude named Will. This is a memorial for his grandfather. The first tattoo I ever got was a caricature drawing of my grandfather after he passed away. Much respect Will. This was an honor.
I did this shirt design recently for my friends Heartsounds, from San Francisco. This band is great, and so fucking tight live. My band has been on tour with them for about a week now on the West Coast of the US, and I finally got to see this shirt actually printed. Stoked on how it turned out for sure, and to be able to do it for this band.
Here’s a shirt I just wrapped up for a new band from Toronto called The Gentlemen Thieves. The most gentlemanly man on this earth is on this shirt. And he’ll break into your house and steal your entire life. No biggie.
Here’s a t-shirt design I did for Inside Riot, that also became the tour poster for their upcoming European Tour.
My good buds Permanent Bastards must have seen my several Black Flag rip offs, and The Flatliners’ countless rip off shirts, and asked me to make them a Molson Stock Ale rip off shirt. I hate Molson Stock Ale, but I love these dudes and this band. Respect, boys!
This was a first for me, and something that was really exciting to do. My friend Jess Taylor needed a logo designed for her writing career that tied into the theme of a book she has written.
This Friday April 6th! Come one, come all. Get weird and drunk at Sneaky Dee’s at College and Bathurst in Toronto for the FIRST EVER Trusty Chords punk rock dance party. This is the first REAL punk night Sneaky Dee’s has seen in many, many years so please come support something fun and positive. 10 PM. $5 at the door. Cheap PBR alllllll night long.
I’m really stoked on this one. Not only have I been going to see Comeback Kid shows since I was a kid myself, but to now be able to put something together for them really does mean a lot to me. Much like the migration patterns of a bird, this band has weathered line-up changes, and grown into a serious beast. They’re kicking off a North American tour pretty soon with some other great bands. Check out the dates here and support this great band.