DKNG x The Black Keys

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During this year’s Flatstock at Austin’s SXSW a guy walked into our booth and asked if we would be interested in doing a poster for his band. It’s a pretty common question, but what came out of it was a pretty amazing opportunity for us. When I asked more, he explained that he manages The Black Keys. At that moment I was doing my best to stay as professional possible, but on the inside I felt like a little kid. We’re HUGE fans of The Black Keys to say the least and were thrilled with the prospect of creating a poster for them.

Designed by DKNG Studios.

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Phish is on the road again this summer and we’re (DKNG Studios) very happy to announce our poster for their show at the Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls. It’s a three color screen print and has a limited edition of 675.

Below is a video of a timelapse overview of the design process and some close up shots of the print.

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We’ve (DKNG Studios) been big fans of Adam Carolla for long time. Love Line, The Man Show, the voice of Death on Family Guy, you name it. I can remember car rides from highschool all the way to present day where I would listen to his rants and nasally drone almost religiously. So you can imagine how excited we were to work with the Carolla crew on a poster for Adam’s live show. Check out the video below for an timelapse overview of our design process.

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DKNG @ Gallery 1988

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We are honored to be participating artists at the current Gallery 1988 show “Multiplayer,” an art exhibition featuring limited edition posters inspired by video games. We created two prints for the show, Pacman and Tetris!

– Dan Kuhlken & Nathan Goldman from DKNG Studios