Another Two Sisters travel/show inspired illustration complete! You can see it in larger scale over on the Two Sisters and a Show website by clicking on the image here. Finished just in time to take off for another round of shows coming up this week!
If you haven’t had a chance to poke around the site, we’ve got a photo gallery up now, and have some interviews with a few bands in the works that will be shared in the coming weeks. For the most part all music related posts (including live show photography, video, and artwork produced from the road) will be shared over on that site (with the exception of Gadjo D’Rome and Trash City Radio Show which will remain here). Be sure to bookmark it to stay on top of what’s going on over there!
I’ve been tweeting the progress of this drawing via the Two Sisters account. It is being filed under that heading because much of the imagery has come from some of the places we traveled to this summer for shows (Lewiston, NY and Philly for this one). The Nomadi character once again resurfaced here, as did tiny replicas of the two sistas. Working title is Lewiston Ghost Picnic (I’ll probably stick with it).
You can see the progress of this drawing through the latest version here. I’ll be posting the finished piece once complete:
Inspired by a walk we took through town while exploring on a recent trip to Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, on a Two Sisters sojourn to see The Felice Brothers (we now arrive toting Ady’s new camera and my sketchbook to document our trips together), this is the completed version of the drawing that I’ve been working on for the past several weeks. It’s a bit of a mash up of the architecture and building placement in town, so it is not geographically accurate. Nor did I see the ghost of Nomadi roaming the streets, but I did imagine it. The illustration started as a pencil drawing and moved to india ink pen for this final image.