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New Print: Tycho Webster Hall

Posted by Scott


Another day, another poster. I usually just do one poster for longer tours but this time around I wanted to do something specific for a couple of the shows this summer. First was the Troubadour print and now it’s this one for the July 14th Tycho show at Webster Hall in NYC.

Tickets just went on sale and you can purchase yours here

The Webster Hall print is available exclusively at the ISO50 Shop

Tycho At The Troubadour June 1st

Posted by Scott


I’ve very happy to announce that Tycho will be playing at The Troubadour in Los Angeles on June 1st, 2012. To commemorate the occasion I created a poster for the show using photos shot on my recent trip to Baja. Prints are available now at the shop. I’m planning on doing a process post on this one as soon as I get some time.

Several other Tycho live dates have just been announced (see below or check the Tycho tour page), really excited to be making it out to some new cities this time around. See you this summer!

All dates are full live band w/ visuals

5/24 Portland
5/25
Vancouver
5/27 Sasquatch Festival
5/30
San Francisco
5/31
Solana Beach
6/01 Los Angeles
6/25
Reno
6/27
Salt Lake City
6/28
Fort Follins
6/29
Denver
6/30 Colorado Springs
7/02
Lawrence, KS
7/03
St. Louis
7/05 Minneapolis
7/06
Chicago
7/07
Pontiac
7/08 Cleveland
7/10 Toronto
7/11 Montreal
7/12
Camp Bisco, NY
7/14
New York City

Ski Posters 3

Posted by Scott

















So I came across this great collection of vinatge ski posters a while back, but unfortunately they were all watermarked. I really hate watermarks and try to avoid posting images containing them at all costs; but these were just too good to pass up so you’ll have to try and see past the giant “ORIGINAL SKI POSTERS” and enjoy the underlying greatness. Growing up in Sacramento I always had a thing for 70s ski culture — Tahoe was a short drive up the mountain and a lot of the style and imagery tricked down into the valley. A lot of these perfectly capture the spirit of those times for me.

So, as you may have guessed, these are all from the Original Ski Posters site, where you can purchase many of them. Sadly, these watermarked Jpegs are as close as most of us will ever get to these as they start at around £500 and go upwards of £3000. there is an open image directory here where you can grab all the images with a utility like Downthemall. A couple seem ripe for watermark removal and some of the resolutions are high enough to get a good print out of.

Via Original Ski Posters site

DKNG Studios

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Just got home from tour and was pleasantly surprised to see all these nice gig posters from DKNG Studios on GrainEdit. DKNG are apparently the in-house firm for the Troubadour, pretty good gig. Seeing stuff like this (almost) makes me wish I was practicing freelance still. Would be nice to get a spec once in a while for something outside my comfort zone. Bonus: the images are huge! Nice of them to post the high-res versions. You can get the original Gif format ones over at DKNG’s site.

DKNG Studios via GrainEdit