Everyone loved Dave Matthews Band at some point, right? Well, I did mainly because my dad listened to them all the time when I was in middle school. My great friend just requested that I make a poster for the song “Dreamgirl” by DMB, and I couldn’t be more excited to take on the challenge.
Here’s a refresher of the song, and the music video featuring Julia Roberts.
If you have a song in mind, submit it to the blog and I’ll make a poster for ya!
A personal exercise in refreshing the image of my local radio station. Since their station is the ZEW, I figured a “Zoo” theme was appropriate. The station plays alternative, jazz, blues, rock. I liked the idea of re-appropriating the “Hard Days Night OST” and John Coltrane album covers to fit the “zoo” theme. I think they turned out pretty cool.
Also, I am 1 of 12 finalist for the Obama 2012 poster contest. Please vote for my poster by Friday Dec. 9th 2011. 6pm EST. I would greatly appreciate it! The direct link to my poster is here.
I recently took a day trip to Middleburg, VA, a quaint Revolutionary War era town. It was all decorated for christmas time, and I could just imagine the rolling hills blanketed in white snow. Here’s my interpretation of that. Happy Holidays!
Also, please take the time to vote for the poster I made for the Obama Campaign! I am one of 12 finalist and need your vote to win! If I do, the poster will be sold in the campaign store :) Here’s the link: Estelle’s Poster!
I’ve started a sub-category for the Creative Juice Project in which I make a poster that represents the style, ideology, or aesthetic of an entire band or musician. My first poster was inspired by St. Vincent. This one, is inspired by Arcade Fire, a band who is heavily involved with Partners in Health and rebuilding Haiti. This Haitian Proverb is often seen posted in duct tape across Win Butler’s acoustic guitar.