I created these coasters at the last minute for the Badger Palooza event last week @ SXSW. The variation pictured here— with the text "admit one only" — were handed out as tickets (which was the original intent for creating these). There are lots of little details that you can see in the attachments, e.g. the hand-lettered HBDC initials for the corners.
Printed by Evolution Press in Seattle in 3 days flat. They don't give a shit.
about 1 year ago
Love everything about this—especially that damn snake.
@Trent Walton That damn snake is for dinner.
Those coasters are sick. I'm so happy I snagged one on the way out of the party!
Stole one of these off the bar at Frank in Austin, very nice.
@Jason Williams Thank you! I wonder how it got to Frank. In-ter-esting...
Nice work man!
11 months ago
8 months ago
Badger don't care!
I love the small dot pattern, nice work
7 months ago
These look great!
Fascinating that it's barely received any attention, considering all the garbage that you see on the front page all the time.
5 months ago
@Emir Ayouni Thanks, Emir! I think for a small period of time it did make it to page 4 or 5 in the popular section when I released them. Popularity algorithms are a crude science at best. Follower counts, followers' follower counts, etc. tend to weigh in much heavier in calculating popularity (as they should, I think, since the keyword here is 'popular'). Popularity on most sites often don't have anything to do with actual quality of product (at least 50% of the popular pictures on Instagram are hot girls). Then again, the notion of a true aesthetic score is hotly debated in philosophy, too, so I suspect this will always be an approximate science when it comes to software applications.
Love your work, btw. I thought I recognized your name from somewhere. It was the Lost Type Coop Specimen book (Dude). Amazing work otherwise, as well. :)
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