OK major throwback to over a year ago, the artwork to the Places We Slept album Peeled. It always looked like shit when I uploaded it and only now have I realized its because the image was CMYK and not RGB. Now I know.

OK major throwback to over a year ago, the artwork to the Places We Slept album Peeled. It always looked like shit when I uploaded it and only now have I realized its because the image was CMYK and not RGB. Now I know.

Some design work for a friend’s demo cassingle

Some design work for a friend’s demo cassingle

  

We recorded all of our songs, we will have all the recordings finished soon I hope. This song is about Alzheimer’s, I think Harry did a really good job on the lyrics and concept.

First roll of film from Ricoh AF-5 point-and-shoot

First roll of film with Olympus Trip 500 point-and-shoot

Second roll of film from Nikon L35AF point-and-shoot

First roll of film from a Nikon L35AF point-and-shoot

  

Side 1 track 1 of the first of two Nerv 7”s to come out this summer. Mixed and mastered 14 songs this weekend, very stoked on all of them. West coast tour to come this August.

A book of my flyers coming at some point published by Pest House.

A book of my flyers coming at some point published by Pest House.

Hand cut flyers, two color process-printed with color photocopier on colored paper.

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NERV - “Can’t Help It”

From the upcoming 7” on SMRT Records.

A video I filmed with the rest of the band that Brendan Wells later pieced together.

How could you go wrong making a Nerv music video? This is the official edit, minus the toilet with pee in it at the end.

Still relevant
Minneapolis mix tape exchange flyer

Minneapolis mix tape exchange flyer

I made these comic strip notebooks for the Chicago Zine Fest, so I’ve started trying to do a comic strip every time I’m at work. More to come, I hope. I’m selling the notebooks on my storenvy for $5.

  

A new song from today’s practice with a new band

Pest House Store

I made a store for Pest House Publishing. Zines past, present, and feature were, are, and will be available.