Illustrations for The Nashville Scene

Local alt-weekly newspaper Nashville Scene has been keeping us busy lately. First Familytree was asked to join 24 other Nashville artists to design a one-of-a-kind custom newspaper box in commemoration of the Nashville Scene being on the scene for 25 years. We decided to keep the design Nashville-centric, and chose the architecture of the historic Ryman Auditorium as the subject matter. It is wrapped in a digital print and it is currently on display at the Ryman Auditorium in the lobby. 

Shoutout to Signs Now for doing a great print and wrap job.

Shoutout to Signs Now for doing a great print and wrap job.

Then we were asked to do illustration for the cover as well as 4 spot illustrations for the Scene's 25th Annual "You Are So Nashville If..." issue. Which is filled with reader submitted puns and quips about what makes our city so great (and terrible).

The AMP is a proposed "high-speed" bus (whatever that means) that will cut through downtown Nashville, and has stirred up quite a bit of controversy and yard signs.

The AMP is a proposed "high-speed" bus (whatever that means) that will cut through downtown Nashville, and has stirred up quite a bit of controversy and yard signs.

Posted on July 23, 2014 .