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Splatt Gallery II!

December 13, 2014

EFsplatt

So, the package with my posters has arrived in the US and Mike at The Splatt Gallery started adding some of my work on their official Facebook page. As an added bonus, they’ve recently acquired some Electric Frankenstein posters and whaddaya know, they found one of my works in the package! Pretty damn cool, I think this one was made way back in 2007 or something.

For more cool EF stuff – and more of mine, natch! – make sure to check out Sal Canzonieri‘s book Son of Electric Frankenstein: More High Energy Punk Rock & Roll Poster & Record Art. It’s 164 pages filled with cool artwork and yours for roughly $27. Available via Amazon, Amazon UK, Amazon Germany and, hey, Swedes can get it via AdLibris!

 

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Coming in 2014!

February 9, 2013
copyright Sellergren Design 2009!

copyright Sellergren Design 2009!

More awesome news that I had confirmed yesterday: The second installment of Sal Canzonieri‘s book Electric Frankenstein, compiling posters and record sleeves made for them during the period of  June 2005 to December 2013, will feature some of my work as well. Out in 2014 I’d guess on Dark Horse Books. You can get the first book on Amazon.com here, and in the UK here.

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Last Minute Gift Ideas

December 12, 2012

copyright The Lucky Mule!

Well, as it is December 12th we’re halfway to X-Mas (though you yanks and Brits oddly enough celebrate it on the 25th) you might wanna finish up what shopping you’ve got left, and for some nice threads for the whole dang family my pal Courtney at The Lucky Mule is once again offering a cool 15% holiday discount on all his merchandise. Men’s wear, women’s wear, stuff for the kids etc – any fan of all things r&r will find something cool. And if you’re into collecting rock posters he’s also offering some awesome (and rare!) work by such greats as Frank Kozik, Mitch O’Connell and Alan Forbes.

I’ve already stated it before, this guy does quality work on quality t-shirts. This is not some cheap throw-away crap that’ll turn into a ball of yarn after one spin in the washer. He designed and printed the tour t-shirts when The Dialtones toured in the U.S. back in 2000 and I got mine at home and it still looks great. So check out his page at www.luckymule.com, click away and type in ‘HUMBUGGERY’ at the check out to receive the discount. And tell him I sent ya!

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