Jay Ryan is a rock musician, as well as a poster maker. For these purposes, this article will focus on the latter, although sometimes the two go hand in hand as he created gig posters for his band, Dianogah. Just for informational purposes, some of the group's top songs include...
- Indie Rock Spock Ears
- What Is Your Landmass?
- Flat Panda
- And You Might Go Off
Now, let's get back to the topic at hand, the posters. These decorative pieces are great for framing. Then, they can be hung in a bedroom, den, man/woman cave, or somewhere else to add a touch of pizzazz to the area. Various options are available online through our website. So, feel free to take a peek at them and see what all of the fuss is about for yourself.
Could Dianogah – 2009 Be A Good Fit For You?
This 17.25×23.25-inch limited edition screen print was created for the band's 2009 performance at The House Cafe in Dekalb, IL. Only 200 units were printed, and this one is both signed and numbered by Jay Ryan. It has what appears to be a mama squirrel wearing a baby carrier holding two squirrel babies. Meanwhile, there are idea bubbles above them all with different images of things like a trash can, a bone, and a skunk. The name, venue, and date are located at the bottom of the banner. This work is a good pick for anyone that is a fan of the group or someone that just likes interesting artwork.
Are You An Andrew Bird Follower?
Andrew Bird is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. This first edition hand signed and numbered piece by Jay Ryan commemorates his 2009 concert at Carnegie Hall in New York. A man is standing in a marsh in the middle of the poster. He is holding a cup of tea in one hand and flowers in the other. His head also happens to be up in the clouds. A turtle, swan, elephant, horse, and dog are standing along the marsh's bank. This piece is perfect for showing your support to Andrew Bird, Jay Ryan, or both.
Is Pitchfork – 2009 More Of Your Style?
This 26×20-inch gig poster was made by Jay Ryan for the 2009 Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago at Union Park. It has a large dinosaur wearing headphones inside a small room. He or she is dancing around and knocking over the nightstand. The names of the bands and singers that performed at the event are listed at the bottom of the work.