In 2016, I was asked to create a gig poster for a small local music festival. This year, I was asked to do the branding and aesthetic of the same music festival, which turned out to be bigger, better, and louder.
Binary Sunset, a Guam-based music initiative that helps local musicians and bands in every aspect for them to become successful in the local scene, asked me to create a poster that played off of the first poster. Then we collaborated to create shirts, prints, and social media posts based on the created poster. The result was an amazing show that had its visuals and aesthetics really represented by the posters. It was a great night for music, art, and creativity to say the least.