Vol. 002: Familiar Mystery

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Awarded Gold Medal from the Society of Illustrators


October 2015

Visual Artist: Keith Negley

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Volume 002: Familiar Mystery

Visual Artist:  Keith Negley

October 2015

Design

  • Deluxe gatefold jacket with textured spot UV gloss
  • Movable full-sized art booklet
  • Marbled yellow vinyl
  • Lyrics & art sheet 
  • Intro letter

Listen to Familiar Mystery

A1: Gavin Turke - "Don't Fight It"
A2: Oslo Parks - "The Night"
A3: Ole Hegle - "Wildlife"
A4: Ghost Lion (fka Kin Cayo) - "Our Shp"
A5: Scavenger Hunt - "Lost (Noah Hyde remix)"

B1: Absofacto - "Dissolve"
B2: Cultfever - "Gloria"
B3: Sivik - "High"
B4: J. Laser - "Dreamphone"
B5: Tep No - "The Last Ones Standing"

The Visual Artist

Keith Negley

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Keith's work has appeared on book covers, children's books, t-shirts, album covers, posters, skateboard decks, and even a watch. He is a frequent contributor to The New York Times and New Yorker in addition to many other national publications. He received his BFA from the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design in 2000, and his MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2013 and doesn’t regret the student debt one bit. He’s won 5 medals from the Society of Illustrators, a medal from the Society of Illustrators West, and 2 medals from the 3x3 International Illustration annual. Keith resides in the mountains of Bellingham Washington with his wife and two boys surrounded by giant spiders and teaches illustration at Western Washington University.