Whether your band is just starting out or touring the nation, hereas how you can build its identity by making your own unique gig posters, custom T-shirts, album covers, record sleeves, and stickers. Fans want cool and creative band merchandise, and this book gives you the tools and information you need to create your own. Author Ruthann Godellei is an artist and printmaking professor at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, with vast experience making gig posters as well as teaching band members how to make their own. She explains, with step-by-step instructions and photos, techniques like screenprinting, photocopy art, mixed-media collage, stencil, stamping, and other guerilla art styles. Included as well is a gallery of art and artists to inspire you in creating your bandas look with your merch.Screenprinting, Photocopy Art, Mixed-Media Collage, and Other Guerilla Poster Styles Ruthann Godollei. orientation of the image. In other words, you dona#39;t want a pin running vertically up and down, which will make the image appear sideways when the button is pinned to ... These products seem to work best on older, run-of-the-mill inkjet printers rather than newer professional-quality photo printers.
|Title||:||How to Create Your Own Gig Posters, Band T-Shirts, Album Covers, & Stickers|
|Publisher||:||Voyageur Press - 2013-03-15|