Most flyers were drawn in a standard US legal sized paper.. you know 8.5 by 11 inch. However this flyer was my venture into a larger format at 12 by 17 inch. You’d think this actually would cause a production problem with printers because who’d print and hand out 12 by 17 inch flyers? Here […]
Here is a collaboration flyer Benny Gasmen and I did for our High School Airband Competition back in the eight-eight. Benny skills are straight dope!
Flipping the script on Flyers… white ink on blank ink.
Fine tuning my technique with cleaner lines, better inks and tighter stipples.
To All Riters “Someone” Says Keep Bomb’n Those Tags … . . .
Here we go! Things are getting crazy here! Utter chaos in 1987! LOD Easter Birthday Jam…
It was the third week of June back in 1987, a seventeen year old was transforming ink lines from grit to pro-am and he didn’t even know it! Graf, stipple, gridding and clean lines all to provide info for the Summer Jam of 1987!
If you look close enough the lines on this flyer drawn in 1986 are getting cleaner and tighter. Far from later stuff though but shows its grit.
Here are a couple of my first flyers I drew back in 1986. Little did I realize where this was going to take me. Into Illism 1 and 2. Illism was a flyer I did for an up and coming San Diego MC named J. Kazz. Gone are those days of errant stray lines, fat […]