Outside Lands 2016 Festival Branding

We’re excited to be back on board with our friends at Outside Lands creating the branding for the 2016 edition of the San Francisco festival. The poster and logo above will serve as the key art for the event and we'll be sharing additional work as we approach August. In the meantime, check out The Muppets announcing the 2016 lineup in the video below.

Muppets Promotional Video

Initial Concept Sketch/Proposal



Outside Lands Branding by DKNG

Explosions In The Sky Poster and Art Print

It's always been a dream of ours to create an Explosions In The Sky poster. So when we were asked to create one for their recent Minneapolis show, we knew we had to knock it out of the park. The idea behind the poster came from an interview in which the band was described as having a "Mammoth Sound".

The poster is a 24″ x 18″ two color print screen print on 80 lb. French Speckletone "Sand". We decided to also print an art print version (sans the text).

Below is an image of the art print, some close-up shots of the poster, as well as our original sketch of the design. We also created a process video showing the creation of the design from sketch to completion.

Initial Concept Sketch

Art Print

Process Video

Close Up Shots

Supakitch & Koralie

Thanks Elliot for sharing this one. I could try to put this video in words but it wouldn't do it any justice. I'm just going to say what Elliot said: "This is awesome."


Wall painting by Supakitch and Koralie

With the support of POSCA

Video by elroy :

Music by DLid (quatre rec. / Leonizer) on iTunes - Collection Grand Cru available on October 1st

Metroplastique Facebook page

SUPAKITCH, KORALIE, ELROY & DLiD are represented by OneLouder agency

Hydro74 vs. Vahalla Studios

The little video before you is what happens when one of the top illustrators sends his most recent creation to Vahalla Studios to get printed. Be sure to check out all the great work from Joshua M. Smith, aka Hydro74.

What is that amazing song in the video? The name is 'Static' by Kansas City's very own Maps for Travelers. Be sure to check out their new album, Regress|Progress, which was released late last year. Thanks so much guys for letting us use it for the video.