New Posters from Landland

By Chris Jalufka | 02.20.14

 

Landland have added two new prints to their online store that caught my eye, as all their work tends to do.

Dan & Jes’s work is enhanced by the fact that they shoot their own reference photos — the landscapes they illustrate exist, and they know them on a personal level.

What they do feels like home — warm and lived in. These new prints give personality and life to static architecture.

Tornado Towers of Mankato, Minn.‘ is an art print that Dan Black from Landland summed up better than I ever could —

‘It’s based on a bizarre and treacherous apartment building made of mobile homes that was torn down while I was in high school a million years ago.’

 

"Tornado Towers of Mankato, Minn." by Landland

“Tornado Towers of Mankato, Minn.” by Landland

Three-color screenprint on 100# French cover stock • 18″ x 24″
Signed & Numbered Edition of 95

$45 Each at the Landland Store

 

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Again, Dan Black sums up the Landland gig poster for Colin Meloy‘s tour.

From Mr. Black himself —

‘This defunct A-frame tune-up shop sits right off the interstate outside of Denver and has a bunch of really great tractors and gnarly parts of things behind it.

I’d passed it a bunch of times on road trips and filed it away as A Nice Thing To Make A Poster Of.’

 

Colin Meloy (2013/2014 U.S. Tour)

Colin Meloy (2013/2014 U.S. Tour) gig poster by Landland

 

Three-color screenprint on 100# French cover stock • 18″ x 24″
Signed & Numbered Edition (Gold) of 360
Signed & Numbered Edition (Red) of 430

$35 Each at the Landland Store

 

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Do yourself a favor and follow Landland on Facebook and if you dig gig posters, check out Dan & Jes and bunch of other artists and screenprinters in the documentary ‘Just Like Being There.’ It’s on Netflix and worth checking out.

 

Previously on Evil Tender — Interview: Dan & Jes and the Art of Landland

 

 

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