How long have you been making posters?
Well, since 1992 or 93, probably. But, you know, I’ve only been taking it seriously for about, oh….three weeks or so.
Do bands or venues tell you what they’d like their poster to look like?
No, not really anything beyond “Don’t do color – we can’t afford it.”
How did you first get in to making posters? Continue reading
This is not what a Northampton band is supposed to sound like. There’s not a hook to be found. Nor the slightest hint of twang. And no one, not anyone at all, would consider describing No-Shadow Kick‘s music as accessible. Because it isn’t. And it doesn’t want to be. Continue reading
Creating a sense of horror in a comic book can be a daunting task these days. With the current profusion of wanton gore, insane clowns, and killer toys throughout the zine world, are there any novel ideas left to send chills down the collective spine of a jaded audience? Luckily for Caliber Comics, their new one-shot book successfully identifies and exploits one of those novel ideas: the nursery rhyme. While fairy tales have often been transformed into film horror (e.g. Neil Jordan’s The Company of Wolves), never before has a comic taken such a benign genre and twisted it into a more grotesquely frightening final product. Continue reading