Poster Of The Week: L.A.X And DJ Orion At The Lounge On Elm Street Friday

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Not a lot of great posters to choose from this week, but this one from Represent Austin caught my eye.

The flyer promotes tomorrow night's Lounge On Elm Street bill with Raw Word Records artists L.A.X and DJ Orion, both from Austin. It's not especially exciting, but the blurry colored bars and triangles look very typical of the aesthetic of this type of synth-based, poppy, dance music. I didn't know a thing about L.A.X before I saw it but got a pretty good idea of what the band would sound like just from the poster, so I guess it did its job.

Don't know who designed it yet, but I'll update with the name when I hear back

Keep the suggestions coming.

Update: Orion Garcia, a.k.a. DJ Orion, is the designer.

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