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Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster

May 12th, 2014 // Posted by Dan in Blog, DKNG Work, Poster, Process, Sketch, Video

Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster by DKNG

Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster by DKNG

We’re excited to have created our first poster for Primus, which is part of an annual print series with a ton of great designers involved. Our poster for the band’s May 12, Birmingham, Alabama show features a robot fueled by music in the process of consuming the band’s instruments including Les Claypool’s signature bass guitar.

The poster is a three color screen print with a regular edition size of 200 on French Speckletone Starch Mint paper and a super limited variant edition of 50 on French Pop-Tone Pink Lemonade. Check out our poster sketch, close up photos of the finished prints, and a brand new process video below. Both editions go on sale in the DKNG store on May 13 at a random time.

Stay tuned for an art print variant to be released in the near future.

 

INITIAL SKETCH

Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster BY DKNG

 

PROCESS VIDEO

 

CLOSE UP SHOTS

Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster BY DKNG

Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster BY DKNG

Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster BY DKNG

Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster BY DKNG

Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster BY DKNG

Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster BY DKNG

6 Responses to “Primus // Birmingham, Alabama Poster”

John says:

Any clue/hint as to what time these will drop today? :)

May 13th, 2014 at 8:14 am

John says:

Bueller… ?

May 13th, 2014 at 10:33 am

Dan says:

Soon… think mid day (pacific time)

May 13th, 2014 at 10:41 am

Justin says:

Will you guys be releasing an art variant?

May 13th, 2014 at 12:22 pm

Dan says:

Justin, we plan on it. Stay tuned for an art print variant to be released in the near future.

May 13th, 2014 at 5:23 pm

Nancy says:

Hey guys, I have a few questions about this tlpemate.I’m not exactly a graphic designer and I have no formal training with Photoshop. Although I have studied it on my own since Photoshop CS2, there’s a couple of things I know.Based on the description, I can resize this icon. Can I make it bigger too? I have modified this icon to make my third app’s app icon. Thing is, iTunes requires me to submit a 1024 x 1024 image. So if it’s possible to make it bigger, what’s the best way? I have actually resized it a couple of times, by making it smaller, but apparently going to Image > Image Size is not doing the right thing. I need this icon in many different sizes and when I resize going to that menu option it just looks Weird.

September 30th, 2014 at 7:35 am

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