Tag Archives: Brian Costello

Future Hits poster

Just realized that I do have one more thing to add to this month’s (or I guess the past two months) theme of CHILDHOOD. This is a poster I did for local Chicago band Future Hits. They are great! Future … Continue reading

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Outer Minds record cover

Woohoo! The record cover I did for Outer Minds is finally out! Not sure if this has a direct link to our month’s theme of childhood, just that when I came up with the concept, I wanted it to be … Continue reading

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*holidaze*

Our theme for this month’s project is holidays! This year, my husband Brian and I decided to stay in Chicago for Christmas instead of traveling to see our families in Florida and Boston. We really missed seeing our families a … Continue reading

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city lights

Check out these posters I made a couple of year ago for a reading series at the Book Cellar called Second City, Third Person. Each month’s reading focused on a Chicago street. I used photographs of each street for the … Continue reading

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light on the south side

A couple of years ago, my fiance, Brian, wrote a great book review for TimeOut Chicago about the wonderful photographer, Michael Abramson. In the 1970s as an IIT student, Abramson ¬†started taking photographs at a Chicago dance club on the … Continue reading

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may memory project

I was trying to come up with something completely new for this month’s Memory theme but then I realized that I was already working on two projects related to memory. The first is the design for my new band’s¬† buttons. … Continue reading

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passport to the sun

For this month’s theme of repetition, I really wanted to take a simple element and incorporate it into a variety of different compositions. I decided on a little yellow dot. I also wanted to make a point of not relying … Continue reading

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