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“Facing the Music: Thirteen Years of Concert Posters” by Jeffrey Everett

Mon, Aug 14, 2017 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
The Gallery at Lost Origin Productions
3110 Mt Pleasant Street NW
Washington, DC 20010

Join AIGA DC and The Gallery at Lost Origin Productions for an exclusive talk by Jeffrey Everett and an early viewing of “Facing the Music — Thirteen Years of Concert Posters.” This exhibit will feature more than 75 posters, including rare prints and original sketches, created by Everett for artists like Lou Reed, Foo Fighters and The Decemberists.

For this exclusive AIGA DC event, Everett will share his work and experiences from decades of working with bands big and small. Everett will talk about creating designs that are meant to be cherished, navigating personal politics, figuring things out as you go, and staying inspired.

Join us for this exclusive artist talk, and shop the poster pre-sale before the show opens to the public!

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If you are interested in seeing Everett's work (and scooping up a poster or two), be sure to check out the show's official opening party on Tuesday, August 15th, hosted by The Gallery at Lost Origin Productions and sponsored by On Tap magazine. Details can be found here!

About Jeffrey Everett

Jeffrey Everett’s work has been highlighted in publications such as Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, On Tap, The Washington Post and Print. Everett has also won awards from AIGA, Art Directors Club and The Ad Club. Everett’s roster of bands and musicians include Foo Fighters, Lou Reed, Frank Turner, The Gaslight Anthem, Flight of the Conchords, The Decemberists, The Bouncing Souls, Jason Mraz, Frank Turner, Against Me! and A Day to Remember. Everett has worked for comedians Patton Oswalt and David Cross, and wrestling personalities Pentagón Jr. and Dalton Castle. Other clients include Universal Records, Simon & Schuster, Red Bull, Live Nation, Variety, Dreamworks, HBO, Fox, “Bob's Burgers” and more. Everett has worked with historic venues in D.C. and across the United States and was prominently included in an exhibit celebrating the history of the 9:30 Club.