We were thrilled to work with the legendary DC hardcore band Battery and Revelation Records to design the packaging for Battery's "For the Rejected By the Rejected." Pick up the record when it properly releases this summer with a retrospective by Roger Gastman.
Brian McTernan, singer of Battery and producer at Salad Days Studio wrote "I wanted to thank Jeffrey Everett (of Rockets are Red Design) who did the artwork for this record. He has always been one of my favorite artists, and a dear friend of my brother's, but we had never met. He is stunningly talented, and an amazing person. Jeff also asked that his fee be paid directly to The Center for Infant and Child Loss, where the proceeds of the record will be donated. I sincerely can not thank him enough."
Thank you for allowing me to be part of this piece of history and to help with The Center for Infant and Child Loss.
We are pleased to wrap up our series for Frank Turner for his Lost Evenings Tour which started in Silver Spring, MD, toured throughout North America, and ended in Boston, Massachusetts. Been a fun few years. Thank you!
Humbled as always to be working with the amazing Bouncing Souls as they play Boston. Taken from the song "Sound of the City" - this poster is for all the woman (and men) who have be warned, explained to, and nevertheless persisted. The poster will be up in our shop on the 19th!
We are honored to work again with Gallery 1988 and The Tree and Rock for a gallery show based on favorite children's books. We picked the classic Howl's Moving Castle and added our own twist to the illustration - Victorian flourishes for the top and AT-AT legs to the bottom. Thrilled to be a part of this show. Posters will be available in our store Nov 1.