Alan Hynes is a graphic designer, originally from Dublin, Ireland he now lives and works in San Francisco, California. He designs for a diverse range of clients and companies with work spanning corporate identity to fine art. He ha s worked extensively in the skateboarding industry developing brands and designing products for Spitfire, Real, Antihero and some  of the top professional skateboarders in the world.


http://alanhynes.com



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Dimmu Borgir & Lamb of God

Defender of the Faith II - UK Tour - 2009 - 64 x 47 cm - Signed and Numbered of 100 - Silkscreen Print

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High on Fire

The Independent - San Francisco (USA) - 2007 - 56 x 42 cm - Signed and Numbered of 60 - Silkscreen Print

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Judas Priest, Motorhea & Testament

OKC Zoo Amphitheatre - Oklahoma City (USA) - 2008 - 58 x 44 cm - Signed and Numbered of 200 - Silkscreen Print

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Melvins

The Black Sheep - Colorado Springs (USA) - 2007 - 58 x 45 cm - Signed and Numbered of 120 - Silkscreen Print

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Mogwai (Nr.1)

Republic - New Orleans (USA) - 2009 - 64 x 46 cm - Signed and Numbered of 60 - Silkscreen Print

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Mogwai (Nr.2)

Republic - New Orleans (USA) - 2009 - 64 x 46 cm - Signed and Numbered of 60 - Silkscreen Print

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Mogwai (Nr.3)

Republic - New Orleans (USA) - 2009 - 64 x 46 cm - Signed and Numbered of 60 - Silkscreen Print

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Opeth

Regency Grand Ballroom - San Francisco (USA) - 2009 - 61 x 46 cm - Signed and Numbered of 120 - Silkscreen Print

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Queens of the Stone Age

TSB Arena - Wellington (N.Z.) - 2009 - 61 x 46 cm - Signed and Numbered of 270 - Silkscreen Print

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Queensryche a.o.

Pryor Creek Festival Ground - Oklahoma (USA) - 2008 - 63 x 31 cm - Signed and Numbered of 200 - Silkscreen Print

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Much of his time is spent creating screenprinted concert posters for music acts including Jack White, Sigur Ros and Primus alongside posters for movies and film under the prestigious Mondo brand. Printed by hand in limited editions many of his prints have become sought after collector items and have been featured in numerous films and books including the  definitive “Art of Modern Rock” published by Chronicle Books.

Alan’s work has been exhibited around the world notably The Museum of Modern Art, Atlanta, the Beatlemania Museum in Hamburg and has been recognised by the Chicago poster biennial and prominent design publications including Communication Arts, Print and HOW.


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