The Ponys poster

The Ponys

A poster for The Ponys upcoming show at the Black Cat, July 23rd. Can’t be there due to a bun in the oven but they are always a great time. Turn the lights off when you leave.

The limited-edition, silk-screened poster will not be available at the show so please check it out on El JEFE DESIGN and at the store for all your poster needs by clicking here.

Peter Bjorn and John Poster

Peter Bjorn and John Poster

Our latest poster for Peter Bjorn and John’s show at the 9:30 Club, April 30th. Inspired by the whistling song (“Young Folks”) and the song “Amsterdam” the poster features three lil’ birdies whistling their hearts out while resting in their nest on top of a chimney. How cute. The poster is 16″ x 26″, three colors, printed on a dark grey paper.

The limited-edition, silk-screened poster will not be available at the show so please check it out on El JEFE DESIGN and at the store for all your poster needs by clicking here.

Blonde Redhead Poster

Blonde Redhead Poster

The latest poster coming up is for Blonde Redhead who will be playing the Nightclub 9:30 on May 6th. A combination of the old album title (“Misery is a Butterfly”) and their latest album (“23″- no relation to the Jim Carrey flick) the poster features a woman disintegrating into a flurry of butterflies. A classy 19″ x 25” poster, reminiscent of antique silhouette portraits, is printed using two colors on off white paper.

The limited-edition, silk-screened poster will not be available at the show so please check it out on El JEFE DESIGN and at the store for all your poster needs by clicking here.

The Decemberists Poster

The Decemberists Poster

It took me a while to find the subtle charm of The Decemberists. It wasn’t until the tune “Leslie Anne Levine” that I grew to adore this pseudo-Irish band. I mean, if you can’t love a song about a baby that’s dead and haunting a ravine than what can you love? Yourself? Never.

Anyway, when I noticed that The Decemberists were playing two soon-to-be sold out shows at the 9:30 I knew it would be special. I was inspired by the song “The Infanta” which proclaims we must all praise the woman riding the elephant as well as the name of the tour which “The Rout of the Patagons.” And for those who don’t use Patagon in their everyday vernacular, a Patago is a mythical race of giants discovered by Magellan. I mention this so I don’t get a flood of emails and comments asking why the damn woman is so big.

The limited-edition, silk-screened poster will not be available at the show so please check it out on El JEFE DESIGN and at the store for all your poster needs by clicking here.