Nate Duval

nate duval

Massachusetts-based illustrator and designer Nate Duval is a busy man. Over the past year he has created concert posters for Phish, Spoon, Wilco, Tortoise and the Black Keys as well as a collaborated with Jen Skelley and Mother NYC on an re-branding campaign for Sweet ‘N Low.  Nate’s work often pairs playful imagery with hand-drawn type as seen in this city skyline poster for M. Ward.  I love how he’s able to present a potentially chaotic situation in a way that looks innocent and fun. This poster as well as others designed by Nate are available for purchase at the Poster Cabaret.

nate duval

nate duval

nate duval

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the dude is on point… stoked to see the feature!

Really dig Nates style. I remember seeing those Sweet’N'Low posters popping up around Chicago this past summer. Although I really can’t stand that stuff it made me like them just ’cause they had such fun and bright illustrations. Thanks for connecting the dots for me!

I love his work… he sold posters last year at Philly’s Art Star Craft Bazaar and I picked up Mr. Potato Head! Super nice people and beautiful art!

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