• Kindred Spirits

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    Came across this concert poster for Kindred Spirits at Crystal Pistol. Love it. Anyone know who designed this?

    Have you seen any cool posters around Tulsa lately? Have you been designing event posters? Send us a copy and you may see it up on our site: tulsa@theegotist.com

  • The Illustrations of Grand Deluxe

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    We are loving the vibrant illustrations by Sami Viljanto, a.k.a. Grande Deluxe. Some of Sami's work reminds us of Jello Jigglers or Jolly Ranchers, and all of it reminds us of whimsical, happy summers. This the the perfect kind of art to view on a sunny day like today!







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  • Featured: J.D. Reeves

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    This week we would like to feature the work of one of our newest portfolios, graphic designer J.D. Reeves. J.D.'s love for design, music, and Oklahoma come through loud and clear in his work. From t-shirts to posters to album art, we are loving what J.D. is creating.




    Want to see your work Featured? Create a profile and upload your portfolio, you could be next!

  • Remembering Maurice Sendak

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    Today the world lost a wonderful storyteller and illustrator. Our childhoods were filled with adventures with Wild Things thanks to the work of Maurice Sendak. Sendak passed away after suffering a stroke several days ago. His work, we are sure, will live on for generations.

    Where the Wild Things Are

    Little Bear

    Mr. Rabbit and the Lovely Present

    Dear Milli

    The Hobbit

  • This Land TV: New Tulsa Sound

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    Have you been watching This Land TV? Check out the latest episode, "New Tulsa Sound." This episode was recorded at The Church Studio and features some excellent music. Make sure you're turing in Mondays at 7:00 p.m. and Wednesdays at 11:00 p.m. on Cox Cable channels 3 and 703.

  • Happy Star Wars Day

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    In honor of this most special of pop-culture holidays, we'd like to share some of our favorite Star Wars fan art. These minimalist Star Wars tourism posters by Justin Van Genderen are absolutely marvelous. You can pick up your own copies of some of these prints here and keep the celebration going. Enjoy, and May the Fourth be with you.







  • Tulsa Film and Music Advisory Board

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    There is a group of people in Tulsa who believe that our city has the potential to be something great. Our rich history of film, music, and oilman ingenuity has laid the groundwork, and now Tulsa is ripe to become who she was meant to be. Many believe that her future is in Hollywood, or rather that Hollywood's future is here. A new advisory board has been created to help Tulsa become more attractive to filmmakers and musicians. The board includes the following individuals:

    Brian Paschal, executive director of Tulsa Young Professionals
    Jim Wacker, production manager at Steelehouse Productions
    Jim Stovall, CEO, TV Network
    Johnny Graham, VP of broadcast production for Brothers & Co.
    Jason McInthos, Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame
    Scott Hutchinson, songwriter/producer, My Grace Music Publishing
    Melanie Sweeney, Tulsa International Film Festival/filmmaker
    Brian Horton, President of Horton Records/The New Tulsa Sound
    Jody Parker, CEO of Anchor Stone
    Jack Frank, videographer/filmmaker, owner of Jack Frank Productions
    Tracy Trost, filmmaker, founder and president of Trost Moving Pictures
    Michael Block, president of Circulus Records
    Shaun Edwardes, co-founder of MooMat LLC and filmmaker
    Julie Yeabower, Bulldog Productions and filmmaker
    Mayor Dewey Bartlett
    Councilor Blake Ewing, Tulsa City Council

    We're excited that leaders in Tulsa are realizing her potential and pushing for more support of the arts. We just hope they don't forget about supporting the artists, musicians, filmmakers who are already here and working.

    (Source: KJRH.com)

  • Type Around Town: St. John Medical Center

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    Today's Type Around Town photo was submitted by Tulsa artist and photographer, Darshan Phillips. We're such suckers for a good sans-serif, good to know we're not alone.

    Snap a photo of typography around Tulsa and send it to tulsa@theegotist.com. Include the location and your name and/or company, and we'll be sure to link to your profile or your company's website

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