These posters were designed and produced by Jeremiah Shriver between 2006 and 2007. They were distributed by hand and affixed to musical equipment and the surrounding stage for live performances.
Zodiac cipher pattern using the first cipher sent to the Vallejo Times-Herald in San Francisco on July 31st 1969. It translates as follows:
"I like killing people because it is so much fun it is more fun than killing wild game in the forrest because man is the most dangeroue anamal of all to kill something gave eryetheyo a thrilling experience it is even better than getting your rocks off with a girl the best part of it I athae when I die I will be reborn in paradise and all the I have killed will become my slaves I will not give you my name because you will try to sloi down or atop my collecting of slaves for my afterlife ebeo riet emeth hpiti"
Sing A Simple Song
An original illustration inspired by the Sly & The Family Stone song bearing the same name.
Love American Style
An appropriation of an existing image showcasing Charles Manson's 1969 mugshot on the cover of Life Magazine.
An original illustration conceived with the idea of a vaudevillian skeletal dancer moving gleefully in the path of chaos and destruction in mind.
We Can Be Friends
An original illustration reflecting on the deaths of John and Bobby Kennedy, along with thoughts on the great space race and American foreign policy of the day.
Let's Bring The War Home
Partly inspired by an underground Columbia campus newspaper headline from 1968, this was the first original illustration to be incorporated into a live event.
The Insect Club
The chief emblem of identification for The Insect Club.
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