Cut Copy / Foals poster Dallas 2010 for their appearance with The Naked and Famous at Granada Theater in Dallas, designed by Jason Malmberg for Decabet.
Cut Copy Poster – Sorry this one’s Sold Out CUT COPY POSTER SPECS • 18” x 24” Screenprint • Printed on heavy French Construction Paper • Each piece individually signed and numbered in a strictly limited edition recent work Hardcore Blather
Cut Copy / Foals Poster 2011. 11X17″ OFFSET ON ARCHIVAL MATTE CARDSTOCK. This Cut Copy / Foals Poster 2011 has the unique honor of being the first poster I ever designed for the Granada Theater in Dallas was for the “dream bill” (to me anyway) of Cut Copy, Foals, The Naked and Famous, and Holy Ghost!. Seriously, can you even imagine that embarrassment … Read More
In the summer of 2015, I received an email out of the blue from a production company in Ireland working on a 6-part TV series about “a creative bunch of teenagers who get together to start a band. The group embark on a journey out of their rural town and onto a national stage.” It … Read More
Introduction | Impetus | Developing the Logo | Reboot: Introducing the new brand | Tibby, the TBD Robot | Phase One Lineup Announcement | The Final Poster | The Website | The Event / Branding the Location | Conclusion Introduction In 2015, I was asked to handle the branding … Read More
Foals screenprinted gigposter. Sacramento 2013. With Oxford band Foals finally playing my hometown of Sacramento in the spring of 2003, it was crucially important to me that I get this one right. As a major fan from their first record Antidotes back in 2007, I wanted to create a striking design that would fit into the grain … Read More
Gigposters by Jason Malmberg. Posters, Festival Branding, Record Covers, Ephemera, Juvenalia. Sacramento. Republic of California. Simply fuss free.
Who the hell is Jason Malmberg? Contact Jason Malmberg I am Jason Malmberg and I’m a self-taught graphic designer holding it down in Sacramento, California. I have been fortunate over the past 20 years to design all kinds of stuff: apps, games, books, magazines, websites and and much, much more. When I design gigposters or … Read More