I’ve been looking to post some fresh gig poster work, so I clicked my way over to Methane Studios, and sure enough, they did not disappoint. Enjoy.
Well, as you may have noticed, ROKRIOT is no longer a functioning blog. The basic reason is quite simple: time. As any other blogger will tell you, research, writing, and posting take time— LOTS of time, and more than I can handle with the needs of clients, developing passion projects, and, most importantly, family.
So it is with some sadness that I am officially announcing the end of ROKRIOT, but I wanted to take a moment and thank the RR faithful for the support and encouragement I received during ROKRIOT’s three years of life. It was quite a journey, and I couldn’t have done it without you.
Future projects are in the works, but I will always be proud of my past due to the great designers, musicians and fans that became a part of the ROKRIOT community. To everyone involved, I THANK YOU very much.
…because it’s Delicious.
What you see above is only the tip of the talent iceberg. Check out twoarmsinc.com.
I know, I know, what could be more epic than our post from last Wednesday: the announcement of the National Poster Retrospecticus—a traveling exhibition (which OPENS TODAY) of over 300 event posters from some of the most creative designers and illustrators working today.
Well there’s a fresh new layer of awesomeness being applied this very moment—your chance to win several posters from the tour (like the one above and these here). The National Poster Retrospecticus and ROKRIOT are announcing an amazing giveaway today. The grand prize: Continue reading
Launching next Wednesday in Burlington, VT will be the 2013 National Poster Retrospecticus, a traveling show of more than 300 hand-printed event posters from some of the most amazing gig poster designers working today, including: Continue reading
John Knoerl lives and designs in Michigan. His gig poster designs can be enjoyed everywhere. More from nerlsaysdesign.com.
Although these gems were released A long time ago, I’m such a
Star Wars geek that I felt they warranted resurrection here on RÖKRIOT. Rave Wars is an excellent example of how Continue reading
An excellent way to wrap up the week—gig poster work from Portland’s Dan Stiles.