Methane Studios on Poster Design

Methane Studios has produced limited edition screen prints since 1998. We have printed and designed for such acts as Dave Matthews Band, Wilco, Kings of Leon, Eric Clapton, Sonic Youth and a hundred others.

Methane Studios’ Mark McDevitt and Robert Lee
with Michael Ouweleen
Presented by AIGA ATL

Tuesday, Sep 28th  7 pm – 9 pm
@ SCAD ATLANTA

This is a FREE event.

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Methane Studios got its start in 1998 when Mark McDevitt and Robert Lee formed a partnership to produce silk screen posters for the East Atlanta club The Echo Lounge that featured some of the best independent bands in the late 1990s.

The roots of this partnership started in the mid 1980s at Columbus College of Art and Design located in Columbus, Ohio. Robert and Mark,both from small Ohio towns, majored in Illustration and bonded over bad 80s haircuts, corndogs, good music and creating art to form a friendship that would transcend into creating award winning artwork recognized worldwide.

Today we exist as a two man studio creating package designs, logos, and posters for clients such as Turner Broadcasting, Honda, Liberty mutual, Blue Q, Dave Matthews and many other of your favorite bands. Recently featured on CNN, you can also find their work in many books that feature designs relating to t-shirt, music packaging and of course posters.

Michael Ouweleen, co-host of POLITELY DISRUPTIVE on WMLB, is Sr. VP, Creative Director of Cartoon Network On-Air, and writer-creator of HARVEY BIRDMAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.

Extra Credit: Attend this event and get 5 points added to your grade. Show proof of ticket purchase.

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