For 2013's Launch Music Festival, I curated a poster series matching many of the acts performing with local poster artists from the Sacramento area in addition to creating the official souvenir poster. My contribution is for Australian dance-pop outfit Van She. Having just returned from a two week vacation in Europe, I was recharged creatively and ready to try some different things out. The band name is built custom from shapes and inspired by an exhibition poster I saw outside of the Colosseum in Rome. The beach image is a composite of two pictures I shot in Santa Marinella with my iPhone (believe it or not) during a chill day on our trip.
• 11” x 17” Offset Print
• Printed on archival quality matte cardstock
• Each piece individually signed
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