Illustrated gig poster for Meeting of Important People, Wreck Loose, and Costello and the Cool Minors at Brillobox on February 1, 2014. Perhaps the greatest line-up of bands to ever hit the city of Pittsburgh! The two color screen printed poster is inspired by the song "Big Muscles" by Meeting of Important People.
Series of 6 posters for the band Broken Fences' 2013 European Tour.
Tour poster in support of Pet Clinic's debut LP "No Face". Illustration created with images sourced from the archives of New York Public Library.
Gig poster for Pittsburgh-based garage rock band Paddy the Wanderer. The 3-color poster features an illustration of a steamboat — easily the most punk style of boat, for easily the most punk bar in the city, Gooski's. Why a boat? Paddy the Wanderer likes to wander.
3 color silkscreen poster for Thrival, a music and innovation festival hosted annually in Pittsburgh, PA.
Editorial illustrations for Dickinson College's alumni magazine.
O tunings of comfort and joy! Holiday card illustration for Pittsburgh-based musician and piano-tuner Guy Russo.
Poster for Tattletale Saints' show at Pittsburgh Winery on October 14, 2016 — featuring Guy & Zoob blowin' the lid off things.
Illustrated poster for Pittsburgh music duo Broken Fences' March 22nd show at Club Cafe with Wreckids and Lobo Marino. The poster features 2 ink colors and fantastic letterforms by Wood Type Revival. Inspired by traditional playing card artwork.
Show poster for Tattletale Saints, Guy Russo, and Ali Sperry at Pittsburgh Winery on March 10, 2015.
3-color gigposter for Cure Rock 2015, a benefit concert supporting the fight against adolescent and young adult cancer. Learn more about Cure Rock at www.curerock.org.
Illustrated gig poster for Mark Dignam and the House of Song's Re-Build album launch show. Featuring a swan with a reeeeaaaaal long neck.
Poster for Brooke Annibale and Kevin Garrett at Club Cafe on December 27, 2014.
It's no gimmick! Two Pittsburgh titans band together for the summer tour to end all summer tours. Songwriters Guy Russo and Nathan Zoob bring their folksy melodies to the Midwest, and with them, a 3-color illustrated gig poster. Inspired by late 19th Century traveling Medicine Shows, Guy & Zoob's Midwestern Tour poster promises to be the cure for all that ails you.
3-color poster illustration for Cure Rock, a benefit concert raising funds and awareness for pediatric and AYA oncology programs at Pittsburgh Children's Hospital.
Two-color silkscreen poster for Nathan Zoob's April 2, 2014 solo performance at Club Cafe featuring Luca Zan.
Poster illustration for Smorgasburgh, an artisan food flea market hosted in Pittsburgh's Strip District.
Illustrated poster for Rustbelt Almanac's Holiday Social. 3 color silkscreen print inspired by vintage Scandinavian travel posters.
T-shirt illustration for Pittsburgh-based rock band Pet Clinic.
Spot editorial illustration for the magazine of the Heinz Endowments, depicting the transition of the City of Pittsburgh from a manufacturing hub to a higher-education powerhouse.
2013 is the Wild West, folks! These are silkscreened wall calendars expertly printed in Pittsburgh, PA by the fine folks at Second Block Studio. The two-color "Gunslinger" poster features a full 2013 calendar. Poster fits an 11"x17" frame and is printed on 100# recycled white construction from French Paper. Prints can be purchased here.
Poster for a Guy Russo solo show at Thunderbird Cafe in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
3-color promotional poster for the Pet Clinic gig that almost was. Unfortunately, thanks to the infamous US government shutdown of 2013, the show was cancelled as Rook & the Ravens' visas were cancelled last-minute. Luckily, we've still got this illustrated poster for the show that never was.
Promotional poster for a fundraising event benefitting victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. In gorgeous seafoam green inspired by the warm Pacific waters surrounding the Filipino archipelago.
"Rusty" character illustrations for Rustbelt Almanac. Rusty is a true renaissance man representing the Rust Belt region. Like many who call the region home, he is a wearer of many hats... well, more so a wearer of many outfits. We haven't been able to get Rusty to take off his classic newsboy cap — he sure loves his tweed.
Illustrations and designs for WYEP's annual Holiday Hootenanny. Posters hand-printed by Second Block Studio here in Pittsburgh, PA. Artwork was originally drawn for the 2012 event, and later updated for the 2014 event.