Dude, it’s a busy time of year that is for sure.
Here’s an update on what’s been happening in the past month or so.
I worked with Converse at the Fader Fort.
It was good to work with some rad local artists this year and see some familiar faces from years past.
A custom pair of Converse for BJ.
I had the pleasure of meeting and hanging with Futura.
The Koozie Show
I designed this poster. Come out to this show coming up and participate by making your own custom koozie and dropping it off by noon at the gallery. Will be a good old time you won’t want to miss.
Johnson’s Backyard Garden 5K
I teamed up with my buddy Ryan on this t-shirt design for Johnson’s Backyard Garden’s fun run out at the farm. Also another event you can participate in.
Brew and Brew
I’ve also been working on some t-shirt designs for The Brew and Brew, a coffee and beer joint here in town. This is just a sneak peek, I’ll show you more once we get some stuff printed up.
I’ve been helping Nate with some new Astral Spirits releases coming up this summer. Keep an eye peeled for some rad events in Austin and pick up a few tapes.
Just a little bit of what I’ve been listening to in the classics department.
Check out the Forestbound collaboration that I worked on this past year. We came up with a few different graphics to be printed on some shirts.
You can now view and buy them online. They were printed by hand in their Boston based studio on super soft, pre-distressed t-shirts.
Forestbound uses exclusively found and salvaged textiles to create a line of durable, utilitarian tote bags. Alice Saunders, a Boston-based designer, puts great effort into hunting for well-worn historic fabrics and hardware throughout New England. Many hours are dedicated to working with these unique materials to ensure every Forestbound Original is one of a kind.
Take a look at the Forestbound website for more information and to view their rad custom made bags.
Flowers and styling by Foret Design Studio
Photos by Henry & Mac
Modeling by Lexy Fournier
This year is kicking off with some projects with Forestbound, Old Crow Custom Works, Bearded Lady, Converse and Bow Thayer. I just wrapped up a week of working with Kartwheel Co. where we demo’d and renovated a downtown music venue and bar. I was stoked to be a part of the project, even though it was a challenge physically at 78 hours in 6 days. Phew!
Glad to be back clicking this mouse around in my studio. More updates to come soon.
Here is a sneak peek of some goods I’m working on with Forestbound, more on this soon.
You can now shop the Busy Being Texas Makers Market online. Click here to get some goods.
Felt like posting up some photos.
Out towards Clint’s place.
If you’re in Los Angeles, check out this event curated by the one and only Amber Abramson of Busy-Being
. I’ll be sending some new goods
that I’ve worked on to be a part of the Makers Market that will be on display along with the artwork of the rad homies at LAND
Busy-Being is excited to present a solo exhibition by the LAND boys; artist duo Ryan Rhodes and Caleb Owen Everitt for their first ever Los Angeles show. Alongside the exhibition will be a Texas Makers Market featuring goods by: Cobra Rock Boot Company / Fort Lonesome / Botanicals Folklorica / Ana Klausmann / Traveller Denim Co. / Mason McFee / Fortuna Monsoon / Marfa Brands / Miranda Bennett Studio / Folk Fibers / and PFAU
Here are some goods I’ll have at the market:
Huge thanks to everyone who came out and celebrated with us at Bearded Lady for Public Private.
We had a great time and enjoyed seeing everyone of you. If you didn’t make it out, you can stop by the shop and see the work for the rest of the month of December.
Check the Bearded Lady website for shop hours
Photo by Rich Cali
I’ve been working on some fun projects, but none are ready to show yet! Here are a few shots of some things I’ll tell you about soon! Hope you had a great extended weekend for Thanksgiving and are ready for the final push of the year. Let’s knock it out with a bang!
*Don’t forget the art show this Friday, details here