Contributed by Lou Simeone
I know I'm kind of late to jump on board with this band but last week I bought myself two Black Keys albums, "Brothers" and "Magic Potion". The first Black Keys song I ever heard was Howlin' For You, followed by Tighten Up. I've been hooked on this band ever since. There's something magical when you discover a new, true rock band. Then it got me thinking. There has to be some rockin' art out there for this band. Well, what do you think?
Dan Grzeca is a visual artist from Chicago, where he lives with his wife and daughters. He makes silkscreened prints and has made posters for bands such as Ken Vandermark, The Peter Brotzmann Chicago Tentet, The Melvins, Iron and Wine, Phish, and Low among many others.
Daymon Greulich is a designer and illustrator based in Melbourne, Australia and is available on a freelance basis for creative services with an emphasis on illustration.
Brad Klausen is a Seattle based designer and illustrator best known for his amazing posters for Pearl Jam.
Lover of gory, graphic zombie imagery, Jeff Proctor is an illustrator based out of Portland, Oregon. In addtion to creating great posters for bands like The Black Keys and Mogwai, Proctor's clients also include Nike, Burton and Maverik.
Spawned from the high mountain crags and barren dust bowls of Montana, the Ames Bros, Coby Schultz and Barry Ament, are a two man wrecking crew. Upon their mighty shoulders they carry with them scores of famous rock bands, hundreds of screen printed rock posters, snowboard companies, super bowl logos, and Rambo-esque survival tactics.