songsparrowresearch:

Video for our song “Seattle Heatwave” now public after its exclusive premier on Nowness.com

Directed by Harrison Boyce http://harrisonboyce.com

On YouTube http://youtu.be/Y5UT8cjJvpA

And Vimeo http://vimeo.com/91463392

What a pretty video. 

Back from a lovely get-away-weekend with Hamilton and celebrating our 2 years of spending time together. Had so much fun with that fella. <3 Even got some still-lifes in.

Back from a lovely get-away-weekend with Hamilton and celebrating our 2 years of spending time together. Had so much fun with that fella. <3 Even got some still-lifes in.

Illustration Exploration: Exploring Blue Sea Slug Character for upcoming commissioned poster.

It&#8217;s All About the Process: Commissioned poster illustration inspiration. The Blue Sea Slug. Isn&#8217;t he amazing?

It’s All About the Process: Commissioned poster illustration inspiration. The Blue Sea Slug. Isn’t he amazing?

Work Art: Keeping me creative (and stress-free) all day.

Work Art: Keeping me creative (and stress-free) all day.

One Poster a Month: March
Country Lips album release show. There&#8217;s a special place in my heart for these fellas.
Get your tickets here. 
Listen to their last album here. 

One Poster a Month: March

Country Lips album release show. There’s a special place in my heart for these fellas.

Get your tickets here. 

Listen to their last album here

One Poster a Month | February (second poster design of the year)
First Class with DJ Chocolate Chuck. 

If you are in the Seattle area and like to dance visit Chocolate Chuck at Lucid Lounge for a good time. https://www.facebook.com/events/596418053767014/

One Poster a Month | February (second poster design of the year)

First Class with DJ Chocolate Chuck. 

If you are in the Seattle area and like to dance visit Chocolate Chuck at Lucid Lounge for a good time. https://www.facebook.com/events/596418053767014/

Art/Textures for Most Recent Poster Poster coming soon.

Always Lovely to See the Home Where My Art Ends Up.  

And this little alpaca’s current residence. 

Photos courtesy of Hamilton Boyce and from the home of the Aramakis.