Here is the artwork for this years Kammy's Kause. It is our 10th anniversary and we really wanted to show how we got this far. We thought Blood, Sweat & Tears really said everything about our journey thus far. When the illustrations are overlaid you see the 10 come to life. Solidifying that it the combination of all of these things that have allowed us to arrive at this point.
This is one of my favorite projects to work on every year. We can complete creative freedom and I get to work side by side with one of the most talented guys I know. Big thanks to Bryan Breaver for his amazing illustrations and work on this. Tag team!
Attached you will you can see the full flyer, as well as a break down of the blood sweat and tears illustrations.
If you live in the area you should really think about coming out to this amazingly awesome music festival!
10 months ago
awesome. did you create all of the icons included in the poster? very cool.
9 months ago
@Brian K Gray
Thanks! The whole thing was concepted by myself and Bryan (we collab on this every year), we came up with the list of icons for blood, sweat & tears and then he illustrated all of them. He is far better and faster at illustration than I am. Once the hand drawn icons we in vector we organized them in the shape of the drop which also forms the hidden 10 once they are all together. We will be selling screen printed posters at Kammy's Kause and the amazing people at Mama's Sauce are printing them for us!
It's awesome. I would like to buy one.
@Brian K Gray Thanks and we can certainly make that happen!
Super cool overlay!
@Andrew Colin Beck Thanks buddy!
by Bob Ewing
Here is the final artwork for the Kammy's Kause poster. I just sent the artwork of to the awesome people at Vahalla Studios! The final size is 24" x 12" and will be printed on 100# French Paper Speckletone True White. Full version is attached.
9 months ago
@Bryan Beaver my partner in crime on this every year is now on the dribbble, follow him for some more process shots of all the illustrations he did for this years artowrk!
8 months ago
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