Designed by John Paul Hossley of Art Love Design, this poster combines an illustration by Adam Chavez of a mythical half-bird, half-airplane, half-bearded man (How Denton!) and another illustration of what appears to be a vinyl record to promote I Love Math's Sunday day party at Freebirds World Burrito. And it certainly does its job nicely -- it's eye-catching for starters, but also even goes so far as to include the show's set times, something we selfishly wish more posters did, if only for purely organizational reasons.
Speaking of unofficial day parties at 35 Conferette, the folks over at D Magazine's FrontRow blog have compiled a useful listing of these shows, if you for some reason think you're going to have any free time this weekend.
And, with that, we're off to the festival ourselves. See you up in Denton.
Think your poster is better? Want to see one of your designs get honored next week? Drop us an e-mail with an image promoting an upcoming show right here. Oh, and, when possible, be sure to do so at least a week in advance of the show. Thanks!
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