Jacket – Giclee print ‘No More Words’ series
This short series of 8” x 10”s explores nine poster illustrations I’ve created over the past couple of years for various clients. I’ve stripped away the text and logos, getting down to the bones of the illustrations to see if they still speak. They look beautiful framed in 8 x 10 frames (standard frame size, easy to find in any price range). Shipped flat in an envelope, not folded or rolled. $8 to ship 1 8×10 print, add .50 cents for each additional 8×10 print (i.e.: shipping for 1 is $8, shipping for 4 is $9.50)
Each one includes a look at the original poster on the back with a description of where the artwork originated.
A client was playing a show at The Commons at Niagara on the Lake. I researched the area and found out they were a training camp for Canadian soldiers for the War of 1812. This green jacket was the uniform they wore. Drop in some Cinderella inspired birdees and you’ve got a historically relavent, yet still fun, concert poster. This is one of my favourite posters I ever worked on.