From Death Cab to the Grateful Dead, an Artist Reimagines the Classic Rock Posters
Suburban Avenger Studios is Luke Martin, Taylor Keating, and their two cats – Meatball and Egg.
“I grew up on the eastern shore of Maryland in a place called Greensboro, a very rural farm town with one gas station and two whole stop lights. I attended North Caroline High School where I spent most of my time cutting gym class and doodling in the margins of my bio notes. In 2015 I attended college at Towson University where I enrolled in a screen printing class – I fell in love with the medium instantly, learned as much as I could, and dropped out after a year and a half. I started doing gig posters in 2017, and since then have gotten the opportunity to work with some of my favorite and some of the best bands on this entire planet.
Really kinda just making the rest up as I go along.
Past clients include Grateful Dead, Childish Gambino, Robert Plant, Metallica, Eddie Vedder, Dave Matthews Band, Phish, Foo Fighters, Nine Inch Nails, Arctic Monkeys, The Avett Brothers, The National, Queens of the Stone Age, Death Cab for Cutie, Brand New, Band of Horses, Yellowcard, The Shins, Rainbow Kitten Surprise, The Head and the Heart, Say Anything, Circa Survive, NPR, Overwatch League, Livenation, Firebrand Live, Gallery 1988, Galerie F, and The Logan Theater, among others,” Luke wrote.
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