September 30th, 2007 by Larry
Alright folks, last night was the opening for Mint Gallery‘s “What’s Your Twenty?” art show. We introduced prototype art for Georgios’ Tobacco Cowboy and part one of my designer logo deconstruction project. Thanks to the kids at Mint Gallery for putting on a great show! We grabbed after-show drinks with Ross Martin of Ayy Gurl Studios at Limerick Junction. Check out all the photos here.
Andrew, you owe me a beer!
September 29th, 2007 by Larry
Shortly after midnight, Shock Cinema took the stage and proceeded to melt our faces. It was awesome to see Destiny, Autry, and crew doing their thing in the ATL again. I finally picked up a copy of their album Our Way is Revenge and swiped a few of their nifty buttons. Click Here for photos of the show.
September 27th, 2007 by Larry
We’re so excited about hanging out with the fun kids at MINT Gallery this Saturday night [9/29] for the “What’s Your Twenty?” art show. Last month we participated in MINT’s Mixtape show, but they’ve seriously busted their brains to come up with this new show idea. MINT is taking artist submissions from great local artists and they’re selling everything for $20. So you’ll be able to score some killer work for cheap if you come out early. Georgios and I will be submitting some one of a kind pieces as well. So keep an eye out!
684 John Wesley Dobbs Ave, Unit B
Atlanta, GA 30312
Open Saturday, September 29th, from 7 — 11pm
Also, congrats to Beep Beep Gallery and Thoughtmarker Blog for getting voted into Creative Loafing‘s Best of Atlanta List.
September 25th, 2007 by Larry
Seriously, Shock Cinema is my favorite Atlanta band. Well, technically they’re from New York now but they got their start here in the ATL and moved over a year ago. They’ve since been signed to a record label and they’ve recently released an album called Our Way Is Revenge. Pitchfork only gave it a 5.4 but we all know that they don’t know what they’re talking about.
Being a film school nerd and noise-junkie, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed their live shows which feature visual remixes of classic horror films. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you have no excuse to miss this event. I have no doubt that their Return to the Dirty Dirty is going to be incredible.
w/ Dragons of Zynth
Friday, September 28th
753 Edgewood Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Check out a larger version of our Shock Cinema poster
September 23rd, 2007 by Larry
Here’s some quick shots from last night’s Sneaker Pimps Atlanta show. Joe from Ayy Gurl Studios brought his camera along to document our adventure. Along the way, we caught a great set by Clipse, drank free Red Bull vodkas, ran into some Black Eyed Peas wannabes, laughed at some 14 year-old/prep school/hip-hop groupies, peeped Yung Joc hitting on booty dancers, grabbed shots with our favorite bartender, Colleen, over at El Bar, and scarfed some late night Majestic crinkle fries. Peep the photos here.
September 20th, 2007 by Larry
Here’s a sneak peek of the Bass Not Bombs tee that will be available in the Epidemik Coalition Online Store in a few weeks. This was originally designed for a school project of mine while I was at Portfolio Center, and now we’ve decided to print a run of these tees just to fulfill everyone’s requests. We’re still deciding on the colorways and whether or not we’re going to have Megan Huntz throw some zippers on their fronts. If you’ve got a color suggestion, let’s hear it now.
September 19th, 2007 by Larry
Georgios has been doing a lot of grid experiments lately and he created this EC medusa wallpaper for your desktop enjoyment.
Download it here:
Right Click & Save As
[1024 x 768 screen size]
[1280 x 854 screen size]
[1920 x 1200 screen size]
September 18th, 2007 by Larry
Here’s a few events that will be taking place in Atlanta during the next few weeks that we highly recommend:
First off, our good friend & Creative Circus rival, Evan McHugh, will be playing songs from his latest album, From the Second Chair at Smith’s Olde Bar on Thursday, September 20th at 8pm. I’ll be there assisting Jorge Menes, as he captures Evan in action.
Secondly, sneakerheads unite at Sneaker Pimps Atlanta this Saturday night at Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center. This globally touring sneaker show is back in Atlanta for the 4th year, and they’ve finally hooked-up the ATL with a deserving performance from the Clipse. We’ll be out supporting our boys at Standard who are sponsoring the event.
Lastly, our buddy, Garrett Moore will be making a homecoming tour stop at Eddie’s Attic on Wednesday, October 3rd at 7:30pm. Be sure to pick up his album, Fireseed, that we designed last month.
Mark your calendars!
September 16th, 2007 by Larry
We had a small party for my birthday over at The Center for Design Study last night. Thanks to everyone who came out to show us some love! It was great for everyone to see the awesome building and I had fun drinking Heineken, Gran Marnier, Port, & Crown Royal with you all! Make sure you tell everyone about the sweet party favors! If you wanna see more photos from the party, click here.
September 14th, 2007 by Larry
Megan Huntz has taken our process to the next level. Now we’re working with dyes, deconstructing tees, putting zippers where they’re not supposed to be, and even printing on unitards. We’ll reveal all of the crazy-collaborations in due time (most of which are one-off originals). We’re getting our ideas on the table while she’s still here. She’ll be leaving us for Italy in October and we’ll be forced to collaborate via the web. That’s why we’re doing everything we can to convince her not to leave, but I don’t think it’s working.
We’re also combining the Medusa II photo shoot with Megan Huntz Dresses on the 23rd of September. Send models. We are still looking for two more. Contact Us!
In other news, we’ll have Project Fourt @ Coke HQ updates soon, along with submissions for another awesome show with the fun kids at MINT Gallery at the end of the month. Have a good weekend guys!