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About this Poster

I designed my poster for ARTCRANK in 2012. For this project I wanted to design something that had simple clean lines and cool toned colors. I have always been impressed with how much trouble raccoons get into at night. This unfazed raccoon family took their feeding frenzy a step further riding a bike as a getaway.

24.0″ x 18.0
French Paper, Pop-Tone, Sweet Tooth
3-color screen print

Meet Andy Wood

Lakeville, Minnesota USA

Outdoor enthusiast, father of two, Surly bikes art director. I ride on the ridge of hands-on art and computer tech to craft an inspiring, compelling and authentic brand story. I'm fueled by electronic music, hot sauce and chips.

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Back Story

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Ink Brings It To Life

This was the first screen printed poster I've ever designed. I had a great time designing it but seeing Erik over at Steady Print Co. bring it to life on press was the highlight.

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Juicy Thinking

On a high level I’m inspired by deep space and nature. Whether it’s rock formations on the side of a hill, northern lights, or stars in the sky, my mind gets juicy thinking about that stuff. As far as art and graphic design goes, I’m inspired by vintage packaging and posters, graffiti, woodcuts, creepy dolls, clowns, chips, my kids drawings, airplane graphics and google.

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Trees Are Not For Hitting

The best idea I ever had was to never play ball sports. Riding a bike is part of my creative process but mostly on the open road. Mountain biking is dangerous and forces me to concentrate on not hitting trees.