A duotoned Marvin Gaye for the DC edition of the Motown on Mondays party.
Bucket Funk! is the only DC club night with the cheek to depict Chuck Brown as bobble head.
Black, white, and siren-red. The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank never looked so cool.
Strong imagery and bold typography interpret the sound of Benjy Ferree.
A cheekily abstracted and repeated Brazilian flag.
Creation Records’ Alan McGee is depicted in Screamadelica duotone.
Equal parts Jim Steranko Pop Art experimentation and Jack Kirby hero worship.
Vinyl records depicted in their purest geometric form.
Chemistry lab equipment mixes with champagne flutes and party hats.
Taking inspiration from vintage presidential campaign posters.
A map of diamond district and a handcrafted geometric typeface.
Direct inspiration from the historic Battle of Pueblo.
Handbills promoting DJ D-Mac’s monthly dance party in downtown DC.
Equal inspiration from the Op-Art and mod movements of the 1960s.
Letterpress business card for DC-based DJ collective.
Letterpress promotional card for The Modernist Society.
Letterpress business card for purveyor of new and collectible vinyl.
Letterpress business card for Cantilever Twentieth Century Art & Design
Letterpress business card—and custom mark—for fine art jeweler.