Two Spikes in a row! (HA-HA) Check out the posters from Spike Press. Spike Press is John Solimine who wanted to be a rockstar himself but eventually setled for working for others. Thank god for that or we wouldn’t have these great pieces to enjoy. You can buy his work on the website too.
See more: http://www.spikepress.com
Illustrations today from Labpartners, two illustrators from San Fran. I came across Labpartners when I has on a digital shopping spree on Etsy. I love the 50′ties style illustrations with the classic colour palettes of cream, fleshy pink and faded blue. I am so in love with the one with the whale, I want it on my wall immediately!
See more: http://www.lp-sf.com/
Studio 18 Hundred does fantastic silkscreen printed posters. I noticed them when they did a poster for the band Brian Jonestown Massacre, a crazy bunch, but a really cool live band. Studio 18 Hundred is founded by Chris Rubiano, Roger Bova and Sean Donnelly and you should definitely also check out their private sites.
See the posters here.
I think you’ve noticed by now that I have a weakness for silkscreen printed posters. And The Heads of State is no exception. I first noticed them at a Death Cab for Cutie concert where they’d done the poster. Great sounds combined with great visuals…mmmmmm
See and buy: http://www.theheadsofstate.com/posters
I love the posters by Hammerpress, I am not sure if they are screenprinted but they definitely have a sensory feel and a lovely retro style.
See them here.
33 rpm is designer Andrio Abero, he does very talented printwork and his posters are really nice. You can buy then through the site
See more: http://www.33rpmdesign.com
The New Year is Seattle based designer/illustrator Sasha Barr. He does lots of amazing screen printed posters and lots of other cool stuff.
See more: http://www.thisisthenewyear.com/
Aesthetic Apparatus are the makers of so many fantastic posters in my home. Their work has a retro feel and the finish always has a very sensory look.
You can buy online here: http://www.aestheticapparatus.com
Mulheres Barbadas is an illustrator duo from Brazil, these guys are amazing. You can even download their work in high res and print them for free.
Check it out: http://www.mulheresbarbadas.com