Available here through our friends at the movie poster mecca Posteritati. This 18x24" limited edition screenprint commemorates the US theatrical release of ELENA at Film Forum on May 16th. A signed and numbered edition of 100.

My good friend Adrian Cobb made this video of us printing the ELENA print at Kangaroo Press. Enjoy!

ELENA screenprint process from Sam's Myth on Vimeo.



This poster I made for the 2012 Nashville Film Festival is available as an 18x24" screenprint, made locally at Kangaroo Press in a limited edition of 50 prints. Pick up yours at the Nashville Film Festival located in the Regal Green Hills Commons 16. If these go quickly I may have a few extras for sale.

Screening Monday night and Tuesday morning at the festival is ELENA, for which I designed the theatrical poster as well as a new screenprint that will be available through Zeitgeist Films very soon. Stay tuned for a process video and on-sale info.

The film fest poster design is also featured on the cover of this week's Nashville Scene, where you can find a handy guide to this year's most notable films:

See you at the fest!



Last fall we lost a dear friend, Paul Cobb. His music, recorded in his bedroom on his trusty Fisher-Price tape recorder, will live on under his chosen alias Hammer Screwdriver. Paul's friends and former bandmates of The Accordions and Amo Joy are culling together these recordings, adding to them, recording their own tributes, and releasing the music on vinyl. You can contribute to this effort and watch a short video here, and you can enjoy listening to the Hammer Screwdriver archives at this bandcamp page and also by using the player below.

I will be doing the layout for the vinyl release which will feature Paul's original artwork, and the above image based on photographs by Claire Hipkens will be turned into a limited edition screenprint available to contributors to this fund. Please take a moment to enjoy the music and contribute to this tribute if you would like.



Happy 80th birthday to one of my very favorite filmmakers, Andrei Tarkovsky. Alongside my Criterion cover for SOLARIS, here’s an imaginary cover for STALKER that I mocked up as a companion piece for fun a while back. Below, the STALKER print I designed for the Belcourt last fall.