Insound 20: Small Stakes Posters, T shirts and Hoodies

insound 20 posters designed by The Small Stakes

Online indie music store Insound announced the release of the Insound 20 project today. The project features limited edition t-shirts, Sweatshirts and posters designed by Jason Munn of The Small Stakes for 20 of Insound’s favorite bands. Only 1000 t-shirts / sweatshirts and 200 posters of each design will be printed.

The band’s featured in the Insound 20 are: Beirut, Black Heart Procession, Built to Spill, Calexico, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Death Cab for Cutie, Department of Eagles, Grizzly Bear, Jose Gonzalez, Magnolia Electric Co., New Pornographers, Okkervil River, Peter Bjorn & John, She & Him, Spoon, The Constantines, The Decemberists, The Hold Steady, The National, and The Thermals.

There is an additonal design being sold that includes the names of all the bands in the Insound 20 program. 100% of the profits from the sale of this shirt and poster will go to benefit nonprofit literacy organization 826 NYC.

You can purchase the goods here.

Behind the Insound 20 Designs with Jason Munn

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In the images below the old diet coke wolf (Jason) shares with grain edit readers a few of the sketches that led to finished Insound 20 posters as well as the Insound 20 logo.jose gonzalez poster - Insound 20Jose Gonzalez insound 20 poster

grizzly bear small stakes insound 20 poster

Grizzly Bear small stakes poster

grizzly bear insound 20 poster

insound 20 stamp designed by The Small Stakes

insound 20- logo design

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Awesomeness all around. The Calexico skyhat/birdstache design is especially magnificent. Well done, Mr. Munn (<– rhyme!).

Harley Charper |

Found design |

Holy damn. There goes my savings.

Ryan |

Found design |

Appreciatin,
most designs are perfect

I went to the SFMOMA Frida Kahlo exhibit on Saturday. On the 2nd floor, they had like 20 of Jason’s prints on display. He’s even more famous than I thought! Hurray!

Harley Charper |

Found design |

Woah, Jay in Moma, he’s some sort of Picasso now.

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