Monthly Artist Series:
Each month, we commission an original design from a new artist or designer. These products can be purchased in the Shop as they become available.
Joel "Holy Buddy" Kirschenbaum is an art school drop-out and self-described 'Laptop Picasso' from Nevada. As a member of the band Alaska, he's cut his teeth illustrating whimsical tour merch for numerous bands in the DIY emo and punk scenes.
Britt "Hutch" Hutchinson, an American midwesterner, uses thread as paint or analog pixel to create what she describes as hand embroidery for the high lonesome. Her pin is a direct interpretation of an original hand-embroidered design, digitized and applied to the enamel pin medium.
Jess Polanshek is an illustrator from Jericho, VT whose work often incorporates surreal or fantastical imagery. Her art revolves around elements of northern forests and the creatures that inhabit them. Focusing on high detail and loose realism, her art has evolved into an illustrative and whimsical style with a strong focus on the beauty and intricacies of the natural world.
Mochichito is the moniker for a project created by designer Steph Fung. Currently on the self-initiated task of drawing a "tiny terrarium" every day for 100 days; a celebration of process that encourages everyone to participate in 100 days of making. Steph describes the project as cute, kawaii, & kickass, and we're thrilled to bring one of her terrariums to the physical form.
Matthew Jay Fleming's hand-drawn, highly colorful penmanship is instantly recognizable within his illustration & design work. Humbly boasting an impressive portfolio, there's a good chance he's designed merch for more than one of your favorite bands; Dave Matthew Band, Explosions in the Sky, Brandi Carlile, and Ray LaMontage--just to name a few. When he's not working there's a good chance he's riding a bicycle somewhere in the Pacific Northwest.
Hilariously enough, Charlie first met Joshua Minnich in 2008, when they would team up to design layouts for bands on the long defunct website Myspace.com. Since that time, Josh has honed his craft into a vintage-inspired style that could be described as both traditional and classic. His love for nature is very distinct within his work; specializing in lettering and logos with eye-catching details.
Phil "Burrito Breath" Guy makes art for those bred in the 1980s and 1990s. Inspired by skateboards, comic books, and popular cartoons, his work is both hilarious and original. Currently in Akron, Ohio after a 5-year stay in San Francisco, we're proud to have him as the first installation in our ongoing artist series.
Jessica "Skullface" Paoli is a Cleveland-based illustrator and designer. She describes herself as an INFJ Cancerian Slytherclaw Type 4 — a creative introvert focused on her individuality, intuition, and emotion. She established False Luck in 2015 as a playground for physical products to wear and cherish.
Adam Vass is a self-taught designer and illustrator, whose work is strongly inspired by tattoo flash and comic book imagery. As a touring musician in the band La Dispute, his client network is heavily saturated with in music (bands, record labels, etc), but he also enjoys branding and poster design. When he’s not on the road, you can probably find him watching wrestling somewhere in Michigan.
Teagan White is a freelance illustrator specializing in intricate drawings of flora and fauna, playful watercolors of animal characters, and illustrated typography. She is very interested in nature's subtle, gentle reciprocity and wild, tragic discord, and combines this inspiration with nostalgic colors, decorative arrangements of organic forms, and meticulous detail.
Originally from Chicago, Teagan now lives and works in Minnesota.
Take one look at Tim Skirven's work and its easy to see the man loves what he does. From playful cartoons to structured logos, Skirven's work embodies his fun loving personality. The Richmond based artist is now traveling “indefinitely” around the world with his equally talented wife, Ali Croft, working out of their backpacks for their own practice, Skirven and Croft.
Nicholas Moegly is a designer, illustrator, and hand-letterer from Cincinnati, OH. Specializing in creating handcrafted designs, everything starts with pencil and paper. He's garnered experience working with people and companies from all over the world – from single-person startups to Fortune 50 companies. In his free-time, you can find him screen-printing goods for his online store, or playing his 1992 Hook pinball machine.
Erica Williams is an illustrator who is known for intricate and detailed illustrations of flora and fauna, as well as custom typography and screen printed posters. In addition to loving nature and animals, her work is also heavily influenced by history, fiber arts, tattoo culture, folklore, fables, and mythology. When she's not drawing, she's probably drinking tea and hanging out with her "Kitterns" in Minneapolis.
April is a designer and illustrator with a love for nature, riding bikes, dogs, music, pop culture and yoga. She believes in a simple approach, with a strong emphasis on illustrated elements. She currently lives and works in Portland, Oregon with 2 dogs, 1 cat and a loving husband.
By day, Tessa Kleingeld works as a senior freelance packaging designer in the striking city of Cape Town in South Africa. By night, she works on new ideas for pins, prints and stationery in her cosy home studio. Frolik Studio was born from a passion for beautiful design and a love of putting beautiful things out in the world and having people love them in return.
Kyler Martz is an illustrator and tattoo artist living and working in Seattle, WA. His work is notoriously nautically themed, and heavily inspired by vintage tattoo flash. When he's not tattooing, he dabbles in commercial illustration and has painted murals all across the United States.
Atlanta, GA's Brian Steely has been at the design game for 18 years. He's known for his masterful iconic monoline style. Brian's branding and logos can be found on your favorite band's merchandise, labels for craft breweries, dispensaries, plastered on skate decks, on Nike merchandise, and just about anything else you could imagine.