Wallpaintings at Play/Ground in Medina New York September 27-29, 2019

This year at Play/Ground I added to the wall paintings I made for last year’s iteration. 30+ artists made installations in an abandoned high school in Medina, NY.

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This is what the original set of 2018 paintings looked like.

I was also asked to make coloring pages based on my paintings and the Play/Ground logo, which I designed.

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Montague Projects on FY!

You can now buy some of my prints in a variety of sizes on the shopping site FY! Check out my shop here.

Upcoming/Current

Check it out if you are in Western New York or Southern Ontario, or just passing through Buffalo.

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The End of Cafe Taza


Cafe Taza, the small cafe that I go to most mornings, is changing ownership and with this change the old identity I designed for the cafe is going to be retired. Below is the poster I designed for the transition party. Below that are some examples of the identity system in action.

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Wall Paintings for Play/Ground

I spent two days making six large wall paintings for Resource Art’s Play/Ground event. 29 artists will be making installations in a former high school in Medina, NY. More pictures soon.

Irregular Chickens

I have been playing around with recombining and repurposing past illustrations, with no particular goal in mind. These chickens come from the State print series.

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Montague Projects' Design for Nuits Sonores

The visual identity I designed for the Nuits Sonores music festival was unveiled today. The indie/edm festival in Lyon, France features 200 performing artists and 140,000 festival-goers at 40 urban locations. Some amazing European studios have done the identity in past years (Superscript2, Studio Feixen). As a designer I’m really excited about the big posters that are going to go up in the Paris subway.  The full line-up will be announced tomorrow. I'll be posting more from this project as it takes shape.

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