New York based artist Jeff Konigsberg is familiar with different drawings techniques and subjects. His works range from purely abstract shapes and intricate compositions of lines and wires to more documentary images with a surreal tone.
His series “Drawings for Manhattan” imagines a dystopian outcome after Hurricane Sandy. The natural catastrophe becomes the starting point for a division of the city into different areas as the gigantic walls erected to prevent a damage turn into a real tool for segregation.
In the artist’s words:
“In the days following the flooding of NYC, I began this series of drawings. The first 7 of these images are directly in response to the effects of Hurricane Sandy. I decided to take the concept of sea walls to the extreme.The remaining drawings reflect a more paranoid outlook. They’re about walling off sections of any city into self-governing City States. The walls contain and prevent damage from a range of real and perceived threats.”
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T-shirt for nudist summer camp
“This is the only shirt I’ll need all summer”
Falling Away From Earth
Graphite and white pen on paper
Artist Robert Wilson worked closely with The Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle to come up with the imagery for this poster set to promote their recent West Coast tour! Darnielle is a big comic book fan, and much like The Mountain Goats’ songs, they wanted to tell a story with the prints!
Both prints are 18x24, and are hand-printed by Nakatomi. Featuring florescent pink ink, these prints are signed and numbered by the artist in an edition of 100! The prints SOLD OUT on tour for the band, and the 25 of each that Nakatomi has for sale are all that’s left!
Buffy - 24x26 wood silkscreen.
"I learned more about life from punk and hardcore records than I ever did at school."
Hey! We’re very, very excited to announce that we’ll be releasing a new Sundials EP later this summer! Holy butts we love this band.
Sundials have always been a band that’ve bounced around and done things on their own terms — releasing records with a slew of awesome labels like Kiss of Death and Eevil Weevil along the way. It was 2012’s When I Couldn’t Breathe (released on also great Asian Man), however, that straight up floored us. It is equal parts punk, pop and rock — all in perfect balance. This band has a special knack for harnessing John K.-esque lyrical imagery paired with pure feel-good musical peaks and valleys that demand to be turned up.
The band begins recording the EP this weekend at Noisy Little Critter in West Chester, PA with producer Mike Bardzik (Spraynard, Everyone Everywhere) whom they worked with on their last studio LP, When I Couldn’t Breathe. More details soon!
So stoked for my friends! Also that promo pic up there is one of the cool things I’m proud of that I’ve done in the last week
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