I can now reveal my full artwork for 2016's Northern Nights Music Festival poster. I began work on this back in December and have come back to it periodically to tweak things here and there in the wait to release the final lineup.
All told, its one of my most elaborate and detailed pieces, consisting of countless layers and a PSD that's a little over 2 gigs in size when open. Huge, huge file.
FUN FACT: there are only 3 or 4 pieces in the composition that are actually sourced from photos. Everything else was drawn, manipulated in Photoshop.
Big thanks to the Northern Nights guys for using me on this project a second year in a row. When they had initially asked me to do a complete rework from a whole different perspective based only on a tiny google image of the site, I was daunted a bit to say the least. But it was a fun challenge and I think that drove the art to heights it wouldn't have otherwise.
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