|Madison House Design : Posters|
|JJ Grey & Mofro|
|The 6th year running - we've created the poster for the annual New Year's event in Jacksonville, FL. Hand-drawn type gives this poster it's sign-painterly feel. Thanks again to Justin Fuller of Pencil + Paper for helping to make this commemorative item one to remember.|
|Yard Dogs Road Show|
|Another collaboration with Justin Fuller of Pencil + Paper. The Yard Dogs have moved on from circus imagery to retro psychedelia, but the burlesque girls remain! This poster will be used all year to promote YRDS's live performances.|
|North Mississippi Allstars|
|North Mississippi Allstars had such great success with the Winter tour poster we did for them last year, that this time around we did 2 separate posters - one for their Holiday Tour and one for their New Year's event in Memphis with Lucero (totally cool). We had the pleasure of collaboratiing with Justin Helton from Status Serigraph on one of these.
|JJ Grey & MOFRO|
|We had the honor of creating the poster for MOFRO's New Years show in Jacksonville for the 5th year in a row. We certainly take it as a compliment that we are able to continue this tradition, and we are already looking forward to next year! The idea for the poster this year was developed by Victoria Errio.|
|Yard Dogs Road Show|
|Circus themes, burlesque posters and retro mathcbook covers were the inspiration for this Yard Dogs Road Show poster. You may have seen them plastered all over San Francisco just like the travelling circus did in days past. It was great to work with former MHD intern Justin Fuller on this project. This poster is to be featured in an upcoming book about Burlesque Poster Art that will be published by Korero Books in the UK.|
|JJ Grey & MOFRO|
|At the end of every year JJ Grey & Mofro play a series of shows on their home turf
to ring in the New Year. We have had the pleasure to create the hand-screened posters for this event for the past 4 years. The subject matter always reflects JJ's passion for
his native Florida.
|North Mississippi Allstars
Hot Rods posters and the Lincoln from the band's debut album, Shake Hands With Shorty, inspired this poster for the "Keep The Devil Down Tour." These posters were silk screened by hand and use a custom pearlescent purple ink. This art was also used for tour apparel.
|Big Head Todd & The Monsters|
|We had the pleasure of working with legendary poster artist Harry Rossit on this project for Colorado's Big Head Todd & The Monsters. Even though Harry had never been to Red Rocks Amphitheatre, he was able to capture it's power with his amazing illustration.|
|The String Cheese Incident|
|Of the numerous poster designs that MHD has done for The String Cheese Incident, these three are some of the best. We have always been lucky to work with some of the most creative artists around - like Karla VanHeusen (left) and Tommy Faulkner (below).
|This art started as a simple ad for MAST Projects' New Years event in Portland, OR, and eventually became this hans-screened, full-size poster.|
|One-man band Keller Williams was the inspiration for this Tommy Faulkner illustrated classic. Keller is so good he can yodel, pick his guitar and hang ten all at the same time. The poster was printed right here in Boulder, CO at Zo Print, who were responsible for a great deal of the Colorado rock poster printing in the 90's and early 00's.|
Another MOFRO NYE poster. This one is printed on a heavy, archival cotton paper stock. Why... we're not really sure, but it feels good.
|Denver Academy Film Festival for Youth|
|DAFFY is an incredible event that showcases student filmmakers across the state of Colorado. The creativity of the student fimlmmakers, some still in middle school, is astounding. The festival organizers, the Denver Academy, wanted the poster to be informational but not instituational, and also youthful and fun.|
|Pangaea Project Benefit|
|Benefit posters for MAST Projects which utilize the Pangaea Project and Everyone Orchestra logos.
|Mountain Sun Presents|
MHD has created many posters for Mountain Sun Presents over the years. Our favorite jobs are always the local ones!
|This poster comes from deep in the archive - before The Roots were THE ROOTS. And back when The Fillmore was spelled with one L.|