I created Stink Lines (a fake band) to showcase my way of translating music – or ideas or feelings or any other intangible thing – into images. My goal was for Stink Lines' brand to convey their evolving style while remaining recognizable. The work was on display as a mock merch table at MICA Artwalk 2018 in Baltimore, MD.
Stink Lines’ first album. Playful and simple, using analog electronics like tape loops as well as homemade instruments. To the right is cover art for a single, and the tour shirt from that era.
Stink Lines’ second album. Tongue-in-cheek lyrics and a more polished electronic sound with heavy 80s influence. To the left is cover art for a single, and the tour shirt from that era.
Stink Lines’ most recent album. Lyrically, full of weird stories and dry humor. Sonically, lush and extravagant, drawing from synth pop and glam rock. To the right is cover art for a single, and a sticker pack that comes with the record. Below are the poster and shirts from this album's tour.