Los Angeles, CA - October 2, 2017 ... Los Angeles based graphic design and illustration studio DKNG announces the release of three synthesizer-themed art posters to benefit the Bob Moog Foundation. The screen-printed works, Moog Stack, Moog Console, and Moog Command, are signed and numbered limited editions — only 150 of each poster will be printed. Fifty percent of the profits will be donated to the Bob Moog Foundation to support their educational and historic preservation efforts. Posters can be purchased at https://www.dkngstudios.com/store/.
Each Moog-inspired art print is a reissue of the studio’s original editions, previously released in conjunction with the Synth art shows at Moogfests 2010-2012, conceptualized by AC Entertainment. This second edition printing includes updated color palettes and glow-in-the-dark details for each edition of 150 prints. The four-color screen-printed posters are printed with archival inks on French Paper Co. paper.
Nathan Goldman, co-owner of the studio, states, “Our devotion to supporting the music community is at the heart of our work. As musicians ourselves, we are honored to be paying tribute to Bob Moog’s pioneering legacy through the creation of these prints. We are proud to be supporting the Bob Moog Foundation’s important work inspiring children and adults about sound through science, music, innovation, and history.”
The highly detailed synthesizer-themed posters evoke an expansive sense of sonic exploration by conveying the visual intrigue of the modular synthesizer interface. Poster details are as follows:
18” x 24” 4-color screen print plus glow-in-the-dark layer
Paper: French Paper Co. Pop-Tone Lemon Drop 100lb. cover stock
24” x 18" 4-color screen print plus glow-in-the-dark layer
Paper: French Paper Co. Pop-Tone Blu Raspberry 100lb. cover stock
24” x 18” 4-color screen print plus glow-in-the-dark layer
Paper: French Paper Co. Pop-Tone Orange Fizz 100lb. cover stock
About DKNG Studios
Dan Kuhlken and Nathan Goldman were both drawn to music, film and design at an early age, but didn’t combine their talents until 2005, when the duo founded a design studio with the goal of fusing these creative avenues. The pair has found a niche in linking a personal and unique aesthetic to the world’s most talented and iconic musical artists, brands, and businesses.