Typographic flyer love + Things to do this weekendMay 21, 2010 at 1:33 pm | Posted in design, modernism, music, typography | Leave a comment
Tags: dc record fair, dc soul recording, marvin, neville chamberlain, nitekrawler, som records
Hot off the Mac, this is one of my favorite posters that Daryle designed for his gig (tonight) at Marvin. I love so much the sixties inspired minimalist layout and the colors beige next to dusty turquoise and mild yellow type. It’s real nice! If you are in a party mood, you should definitely stop by Marvin for some toe tapping vibes.
Next up, another goodie (also designed by The D.): The DC Record Fair is this Sunday from noon to 6pm at The Black Cat. The event is sponsored by two friends: Neal Becton of Som Records (the best rare + vintage record shop in the city) and Kevin Coombe of DC Soul Recordings (an organization that catalogs DC-area funk, soul and R&B from the sixties through eighties.). Both guys are DJs too, Neville Chamberlain and Nitekrawler respectively, so the digging will be chock-full of deep, hot finds.