Musician Illustrations
Vector and Freehand Caricature

Inspired by the song “All Alone” which details the story of a “wind-up souvenir,” this illustration presents the members of the band FUN. as wind-up toys. Despite the band’s name and upbeat tunes, their lyrical content is often melancholy, which inspired the juxtaposition of the toys being sad.
Electro-rock band MuteMath shown looking backward, a nod to their retro-future style.
Freehand and digital composite inspired by Sufjan Stevens’ album The Age of Adz. The record’s themes of faith and heartbreak lent themselves to an image inspired by religious icon paintings.
Art rockers the Yeah Yeah Yeahs are known as much for their appearance as their music. The image evokes fashion illustration from the 1980s, a decade frontwoman Karen O often references in her wardrobe.
Neko Case and A.C. Newman, the two biggest stars of the indie rock collective the New Pornographers, are treated as opposing heads on a playing card.
A poster for New Zealand’s self-described fourth most popular folk parody duo Flight of the Conchords.
Freehand illustration of REM’s Michael Stipe, inspired by his frenetic onstage dancing.
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