Poster Inspired by The Walking Dead

Bushwick’s next big event is fast approaching. On Thursday October 30th at the Fremont Abbey we will be presenting original music inspired by Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead. I assure you it will be amazingly fun night — I’m giving you the Mike Votava guarantee!

You can get tickets to the event here!

To help spread the word, Travis Young put together this incredible The Walking Dead event poster. A small amount of FREE prints of this design will be available at the show for you to take home. And yes, that zombie is wearing a PBR hat.


Bushwick Artist Showcase Poster – August 3rd at the Sunset

Here it is folks… the poster for our upcoming Bushwick Artist Showcase, August 3rd at the Sunset featuring Bucket of Honey, Debbie Miller w/ Mozo, and Sean Morse. This design was brought to you by none other than the mighty Travis Young. (clap clap clap etc.)

I hope to see you all at the show. High five.



Artwork Inspired by Mary Roach’s Bonk

Here are a few variations on the poster art for our upcoming event on this Valentine’s Day – original music inspired by Mary Roach’s Bonk.

Designs by Travis Young and Michael Wallenfels.

Read more

A Kurt Vonnegut Inspired Poster

You should already know that the next Bushwick event is about to rear its magnificent head.

Saturday, January 11th at West of Lenin
The Bushwick Book Club Seattle Presents
original music inspired by
Kurt Vonnegut’s Breakfast of ChampionsGET YOUR TICKETS

But what you probably don’t know yet is  of the existence of this awesome poster, custom designed for this very event by the mighty Travis Young. Take a look. Read more

Bookshelf Report: Book Piles Are the Best Kind of Piles

The Bookshelf Report is an ongoing series where we ask 5 questions and share 5 pictures of a bookshelf  belonging to a Bushwick reader. Today’s bookshelf comes from Hollie Young, Bushwick Book Club Seattle volunteer extraordinaire and all around sweetest person to ever exist EVER


What is your favorite book on this shelf?

My favorite book on the floor is The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle by Haruki Murakami. This book is mysterious and  captivates me in a way I have yet to experience from any other book. It is weird and intriguing. The characters are greatly developed and complex. I also love that you need an active imagination to truly see how the story unfolds. Read more


Nothing Found

Sorry, no posts matched your criteria