FREQUENTLY AXED QUESTIONS
Do You Ship Internationally?
I just ordered something from your site. When should I expect delivery?
I pack orders once a week unless it's holiday season and then orders are packed and mailed on a daily basis.
Where did the name 'Angryblue' come from?
I just thought it sounded cool. That and I needed an AOL Instant Messenger name a while back.
What are your influences?
Challenging conversation, propaganda, poster art, pop-culture, movies, engravings, bizarre humor, surrealism, esoteric imagery and iconography.
Will you do a custom tattoo?
No. But if you want to get something I've drawn inked on you, hit me up and I’ll give you a reference for your artist. Getting a tattoo of my work is the most flattering thing someone could do. I’d prefer for you to have the best reference possible.
What are your rates?
The projects I work on are wildly different from album art, to branding, music scoring, art installations, to merchandising for a whole tour. These projects work on a case-by-case basis. It's sort of like asking how much a guitar or a house is. It depends on what you want out of it.
Can I work for you?
Angryblue is a 1 person operation. Add on one more layer and it will be a disaster of biblical proportions. Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together… mass hysteria!
Will you do my band's album art?
I’m always down for new projects. The detailed illustrations take time, though. So keep that in mind with your budget and we’ll figure out if we can rock something out together.
Think about what you want, artwork you enjoy, but don’t come to me with an idea so solid that you’re just puppeteering me. If those are your needs, I’m sure someone else would be interested.
Also, a cover and tracklisting is a lot different than a 32-page booklet with a custom die-cut digipak and then also converting that to the vinyl friendly version of the layout.
May I use your Angryblue font for my logo?
Of course. However, I could custom design you something that is much more personal and focused at this stage in my career vs using a typeface of my serial-killer hand writing from 2002.