Monday, March 15, 2010

Off to SXSW


This isn''t my art but it's a poster for the show my band is playing in Austin, TX on March 20th. I'll be AWOL from this blog for a week but it's going to be a lot of fun hanging out with some fellow Baltimore bands and seeing our friends the Safes from Chicago. I might try to squeeze in one more illustration for Illustration Friday before I leave but when I get back I'll be posting a new poster for a Teenanger show and a lot of sketches from the trip.

7 comments:

james flames said...

have a great time man, that should be a blast!

alex fine illustration said...

Thanks James, I'm really looking forward to the trip. I can't wait to show you a new poster I'm working on too. It's very different than the past posters I've done.

james flames said...

awesome - psyched!

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