If you’re a fan of Mumford and Sons, Daughter, Bear’s Den, Michael Kiwanuka among other great names then please do check this out. A very special gig is being held on Friday the 3rd of March at St Stephens Church in Shepherds Bush, London to raise money for the Felix Project. There are only 150 tickets available, details of which are below. There will also be a lovely screen printed poster for the show. More details to follow in the coming weeks!
Last month I designed and made another print for Bear’s Den in celebration of their debut album Islands. They are a limited edition of 100 prints and are available at shows on the current tour – the band are next in Austin on the 13th if you’re in the area. There is also a t-shirt version of the poster for those who buy the ticket / album / t-shirt bundle for their European tour early next year….. I’m also going to try and be a bit better updating this blog too!
I have a limited amount of artist proofs left for each night of the November Bear’s Den European tour. You can find them in my etsy shop here :
Over the last month or so I’ve also been working with Bear’s Den of Communion Records which has been great. They asked me to produce a poster for their current European tour for the Without / Within Tour. I based the artwork on their track Sahara, the band themselves designed a seal for each town they played that incorporated bears which I also made part of the print. I will have a limited amount of prints to sell at the end of their tour in my etsy shop.
Finished the last of the prints for Daughter today with the prints for their sold out Shepherds Bush Empire gig on the 29th. Over the last few weeks I’ve also been working with the band Bear’s Den over the last few weeks to design a print for their upcoming tour… now to start printing for them! They have been supporting Daughter in the US leg of their tour as well as Mumford and Sons.
Have a listen to Bear’s Den here :https://soundcloud.com/bearsdenmusic/sets/bears-den-ep-without-within/s-O9xIr
Their tour starts in Leeds on the 1st of November!