74 Soundsystem 12″ Vinyl Sleeve layout

Our Good Friend Freddy from 74 Soundsystem came to us to put a little HTD love on his “We Love Bass” version of the iconic “I Love NY” graphic and here is what we came up with. Since everyone dug the Icon Collage we used on the Skull poster, we figured we would try it out again on the heart portion of this, and yeah it’s super simple, but it’s also clean. And thats how we like it! If anyone has ever screen printed on vinyl sleeves or knows where to get some nice plain white ones. Hit Us Up! Well keep you posted on the production on this one. Oh Yeah, sorry for lack of posts lately, I got married! more on that later. TRON

In The Meanwhile, Check out the 74 Soundsystem on their myspace page and rock some BASS!

74 Soundsystem Reprint – Pics & Purchase

Just as promised, here are all the pics from the printing session and a link directly to the poster in our store. Just a Reminder, these prints are limited to an edition of 50 and we are definitely not printing it again…ever. If you need another reason to purchase one of these bad boys, just remember they are hand screened 2 color posters printed on 80lb cover with white/gold ink at 18 x 24 inches. All these posters are one-off prints which means each is a one-of-a-kind. Due to the nature of the screenprinting process, little imperfections and blemishes are inevitable. Before it joins the rest of the edition, each print is inspected to make sure its meets our quality standards. All prints are signed, stamped and numbered by both Tron & Grease.

To purchase one of these for $15.00 plus shipping, please click here to enter our online store

If you just want to take a closer look a the print, check out the whole set on our HTD flickr account.

74 Sounds System Reprint – Back In Black

Heads Up Kids! We have had such an overwhelming response to the first version of the 74 Soundsystem skull print that we have decided to reprint it in a different color combo. And now that I have laid this one out, I kinda wish I would have done it like this first. I just have a soft spot for khaki paper. But thanks to the many people who posted version one and said such nice things, we will have the Back In Black version ready for purchase here in just a few days. And for those of you who emailed me about the print don’t worry, I have set aside one for each of you and I’ll be contacting you shortly. I will also have photos of the actual printed poster and more from the session here shortly as well. You know what, all I’ve really accomplished in this post is telling you that Im GONNA do stuff. Alright, I’m on it! — Tron Burgundy.

Big Thanks to Scott Hanson ISO50 | iwantyourskull.com | NFGraphics.com | Evergreen Terrace

Reverend Horton Heat Poster By Grease

Check it out yall, Grease just finished this fresh 3 color joint for The Reverend Horton Heat and Nashville Pussy for the show here in Jax at Freebird Live. Not sure whether or not we’ll actually get to sell them at the show or not but thats not gonna stop us from rollin them out. Sometimes that just how it goes in the Fabulous Fame filled industry of gigposter design. We have included the concept sketches of the poster as well in this post. It’s always cool to see where it started and where it ended up. Sketch One | Sketch Two

Check it out on gigposters and leave us some feedback dammit!

The Process & Pics – 3 color Against Me poster!

If any of you are curious at all as to what the process of actually screen printing a poster looks like, here are some step by step pics of the Against Me poster we just did with Dog and Pony. Its not exact procedure but you will get the idea of what goes into it all. Bet you didnt know it was straight SCIENCE huh? Emulsions, burning, inks, reclaiming, and all that jazz. But its all worth it in the end to see silver and white ink on black paper. So fresh! Thanks for posting the pics Mr. Tucker.

Click here to see the whole process on dogandponyshowprints

Against Me Show Poster Collaboration

Thursday of last week, Sean Tucker from Dog and Pony invited us to collaborate on an show poster for Against Me! on Monday/last night at Cafe Eleven in St. Augustine. It was a super short timeline but we pulled it off and the show last night was off the hook. Big ups to Cafe Eleven for keeping the place cool, I didnt even sweat, and for an awesome beer selection and great sound. Also Big ups to Against Me and their tour Manager for being super cool about letting us sell the posters there and for even signing a few. We will have whats left of these posters for sale on both Dog and Pony site as well as Halftone Def Studios as soon as we can. Thanks Yo! – TRON

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Partisan The Sea Poster Process on Our Flickr

Whole new batch of pics are posted over on the Halftone Def Studios flick photo sets. They are photos of pretty much the whole process from start to finish with the exception of the films and the sketches. You can see the ink mixing, screens, us printing them color by color, detail shots, The Rad 2 color stamps, us packing them up in tubes, and Grease in the bushes with crazy hands.

Check em out on Partisan The Sea Poster Process or Halftone Def Studios Flickr Page

Bomb It The Movie Posters Session on Our Flickr

We designed and screened the poster for the Jacksonville Screenings of Bomb It the Global Graffiti Documentary, and since the screenings start on Friday and we screened the poster. Grease and I slayed 45 of these bad boys for your purchasing pleasure and will be for sale for $5 bucks at the show and $10 online in our store. Thats right, come to the show and get the poster cheaper. What more could you want in a friday evening…Rad ass Graffiti movie…while drinking beer with you friends and a cheap poster to remember it by? Ok, maybe some waffle house at 2:00 in the morning after it’s over could be good to but we can’t help ya with that one.

Check em out on the Bomb It Poster Process or Halftone Def Studios Flickr Page
Also check the podcast interview that Dennis from The Creative Kind did with us.

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