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We Wanna Give You Some Awesome Art Posters by Rob Goodman!

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Making Ways: The Art of Music, is a podcast about the ways in which musicians and visual artists collaborate. On the podcast, host Rob Goodman, a talented illustrator and content prducer himself, interviews bands with the visual artists they collaborate with for album covers, posters, videos, and more to explore the process of creative collaboration and the intersection of art and music.

To celebrate this San Francisco-based series, we’re teaming up with Rob to giveaway signed, limited edition prints of the podcast episode posters he created for Nada Surf, Bonny Light Horseman, Fruit Bats, Ra Ra Riot, and the podcast’s Tour Poster featuring all the bands and artists included this season (hit those embedded links to see each poster!). Those bands include the likes of Khruangbin’s Laura Lee with designer Nate Utesch, Deafheaven’s George Clarke with designer Nick Steinhardt, and Hazel English with album designer David Vieira.

These posters just went on sale and you can order a print now! But they won’t last long, so we’re excited to offer y’all a chance to enter and win. One grand prize winner will receive all five posters, and three winners will receive one poster of their choosing.

And be sure to subscribe to Making Ways: The Art of Music (on Apple Podcasts, Spotify) and catch up on all 10 episodes! The show is gearing up for season 2 and will include Thao (formerly of Thao & The Get Down Stay Down) with Linda Mai Green, the director of Thao’s brilliant new music video for “Marrow.” 

Click here to purchase your own posters, or enter below for a chance to win!

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Lizzie Locker - Events Editor

Lizzie Locker - Events Editor

Lizzie Locker has been an artist, entertainer, and “glamour girl” since birth. Since 2017, Lizzie has been writing professionally for small businesses, as well as creatively. She has published essays in VIE Magazine, and has written website and social media content for pole dance studios, afterschool programs, and reference sites. At the same time, Lizzie has also continued to develop her performance career at queer nightlife events across the Bay Area. She can be found both onstage and off, reading her stories aloud in bars, emceeing drag and burlesque shows, and producing arts events that defy genre and expectation.

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