Suicide Squeeze Records 20th Anniversary
Suicide Squeeze Records, a cornerstone of the Seattle music scene, celebrated their 20th Anniversary in 2016. To mark the occasion, they threw two back-to-back shows. The first night featured the rowdy younger bands to the label. And the second night was a slightly more refined set. Tasked with creating imagery that resonated with different audiences, I created three images to use throughout the anniversary. The skull with snake represented the first night. The skull with flora was for the second night. And a third image, a skull with vapors, was used to overlap the two, for uses that pertained to both nights. A late addition was Pabst Blue Ribbon coming on board to sponsor the shows. They suggested the idea of doing an embroidered patch. The only logical solution was a fourth skull crushing a beer bottle in its teeth.