I'm very proud to share the art and announcement of Joe Pisapia's new record Nightvision, the follow-up to the Nashville producer/songwriter/musician's 2000 record Daydreams. I co-produced the album with Joe and will also be playing with the Pisapia band every Thursday evening this month at the Pisapia Love-In. Beginning March 19th, CDs will be available at the Love-In through  joepisapia.bandcamp.com, where you can also stream, download, and pay what you want for the album. There you will also find three singles Joe has released from Nightvision.

Nashvillians know Joe as the bandleader of Joe, Marc's Brother; others know him as the producer and collaborator for Guster, k.d. lang and the Siss Boom Bang, and Ben Folds Five. Joe's music has always meant so much to me, and it was an honor to collaborate on this project which I believe is the culmination of his musical life and work thus far. Have a listen to the singles and please enjoy Nightvision from this March 19th!


New album cover for Andie Lou. Check out her fantastic EP, produced by Joe Pisapia, at andielou.bandcamp.com. 


Here's a new poster I designed and illustrated for Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter, being released this year by Amplify.

UPDATE: This is now available as a signed and numbered 24x36", 10 color screenprint produced by Burlesque of North America. Wow! For sale now at Posteritati.

Also: Japanese magazine Gigan featured the poster and a short interview with me about the design, which you can check out here.


Nashville music lovers: The Pisapia Love-In continues each Thursday in March at the 5 Spot. Featuring the music of Joe Pisapia and Joe, Marc's Brother. In addition to providing the poster art, I'll be playing some percussion and singing in the Pisapia band which features some of the town's finest musicians. As part of the residency, Joe will release his new solo record "Nightvision" on Thursday March 19th (see the link for more on the album and its artwork). Come on out and feel the love vibration.


Some of my first poster designs were created for the halls of USN, my former high school. 15 years later things have come full circle and I'm back on their walls again with this poster for USN Movie Night, an evening of alumni film work. 18x24" limited edition screenprints will be available at this event at the Belcourt Theatre (rescheduled for April 21st). It's always a pleasure to be part of the USN family, and I thank them for this fun opportunity to celebrate their 100th birthday!


Copies of my DVD package design for LOW DOWN just came in. I did a one-sheet for Oscilloscope Laboratories last year, and got to play around with a more jazz-inspired look for this release. Check out this beautiful film about pianist Joe Albany if you have the chance.