Justin Hampton was born in Santa Cruz, California. However, he was raised in southern Oregon. Then, after finishing high school, he moved to Seattle to begin his career as a professional artist. Hampton has come a long way since his days as a freelance illustrator under the direction of the graphic designer Art Chantry. Now, he is a renowned artist of gig posters that garners attention on the international stage.
His creations can be found in television shows and movies such as My Boys, The Hot Chick, and 24. Not to mention, the artist was highlighted in the documentary, American Artifact, the rise of American rock poster art. Hampton has designed gig posters for many musicians, including but not limited to…
- Pearl Jam
- Queens Of The Stone Age
As if that wasn't enough, there is still additional information to know about this artist. He has worked with some well-known clients such as Rolling Stone, Dreamworks, ESPN Magazine, and more. Plus, Hampton is the creator of the comic books Twitch and Rat. Meanwhile, The Jaded Monk, an animated short of his own creation, was accepted to the 2002 Seattle International Film Festival and 2003 One Reel Festival.
1. Ween – 2010 Justin Hampton Poster
Ween is an American alternative rock band with hit songs like "Ocean Man," "The Mollusk," and "Voodoo Lady." This limited edition screen printed poster was created for the group's 2010 concert at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, Illinois. It was hand-signed and numbered out of only 30 that were printed on lime green paper. Front and center, there is a strange, looking man, without a nose, with a wide grin upon his face. He is in a suit, wearing a fedora and holding a promotional sign that includes the band's name, venue, and date.
2. Queens of the Stone Age - 2008 Justin Hampton
Queens of the Stone Age is an American rock band that formed in 1996. The group is famous for songs such as "No One Knows" and "Little Sister. This limited edition poster is signed and numbered out of 50. It commemorates the band's performance at the Ottawa Civic Center in 2008. The piece appears to have the characters Uncle Fester and Cousin It from The Addams Family in the background. They are staring at a ravishing beauty in front of them. She has gorgeous red hair and an arm covering her bosom. Meanwhile, a hand is coming out of her panties, grabbing her other arm and pulling it inside the garment.