Lost Lust Supply is the brainchild of Brian and Charlie; close friends and colleagues who together pull over two decades in the merchandise and entertainment industries. Both carrying a strong passion for physical objects and beautiful art, Lost Lust is a side-project and creative outlet which allows them to make fun, practical objects without client bounds or restrictive deadlines.
Brian Stowell is a Portland, Oregon based adventure and band photographer. Having worked as a merchandise manager since 2005, there's a good chance he's been on tour with one of your favorite bands. Brian has extensively traveled the world, slinging merch for artists like Ray LaMontagne, Fun, Eddie Izzard, Josh Ritter, Punch Brothers and Swans.
When he's not working, he's enjoying the outdoors, photographing beautiful landscapes.
Charlie Wagers is a graphic designer, the product of gray Midwestern skies and a blue collar, Rust Belt aesthetic. Formally trained in fine arts, he draws inspiration from the antique and arcane: early printing techniques, vintage cameras and films, aged textures, forgotten books, and—oddly enough—old neon signs.
He has worked for clients including NPR Music, Warner Music, Proctor & Gamble, Six Flags Theme Parks, as well as a massive roster of bands, such as Dave Matthews Band, Alabama Shakes, Thrice, The Fray and The Black Keys. His work has been recognized by Communication Arts, Print Magazine, CMYK Magazine, and KidRobot. Charlie currently lives in Akron, Ohio.