Last week I was down in San Diego at the AdobeMax design conference. They were nice enough to tape my presentation and make it available for free on their site if you would like to check it out. CHECK IT OUT
From posters to books, Dan Stiles stirs up a stew of design and pop culture
It may be a cliché that one thing leads to another, but for Dan Stiles, a Portland illustrator and designer, that statement has such personal resonance that he used it to title his recently released book.
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Thank you Portland Tribune and Ellen Spitaleri
Dan Stiles Talks Art in the Digital Age
It’s not uncommon to see creative minds coming together to combine different forms of art. However, musicians would not be where they are today without the artists who’ve created the visual representations of their sounds. Here at the WILD, we were lucky enough to chat with graphic artist Dan Stiles, who, in addition to writing and illustrating multiple books and developing a substantial portfolio of non-music-related art, has also become known for creating tour posters for bands like Of Monsters and Men, Tame Impala, ODESZA, and more...
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Acclaimed poster artist Dan Stiles shows why his profession is stronger than ever in the new book "One Thing Leads to Another."
From grubby dorm rooms to art galleries and museums, concert posters have told the story of rock 'n' roll over its nearly 70-year existence.
But even as tastes and technology have changed, the best posters still do the same things they did in the late 1960s and early '70s heyday of Bill Graham's psychedelic shows at San Francisco's Fillmore West.
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Many thanks to John Wenzel and The Denver Post
I have an ongoing relationship with the folks at Wacom. I started using a tablet about 15 years ago, and it had a profound effect on my work. A year or two ago Wacom approached me to test and review some of their new products. Here is a short video they did of me using the Cintiq Hybrid Companion.