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The wickedly witty style of El Jefe Design founder Jeffrey Everett is on full display in this wildly original art print. It turns out the Dum Dum Girls play a stellar cover of The Smiths song, There is a Light That Never Goes Out. This poster references the lyrics of a double-decker bus about to wipe out a couple—what a wonderful way to die.
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Edition of 150. Screenprinted by hand. Unframed.
El Jefe Design
100# French White Paper
Red, Pink, White
W 25” H 19”
El Jefe Design
El Jefe Design is a DC-based studio run by graphic artist Jeffrey Everett. It caters to diverse clients—like Dreamworks, The New York Times, and Wilco—with services ranging from logo design to gig posters to websites. Laced with humor and irony, El Jefe’s distinctive portfolio has earned great acclaim, including three AIGA 50 Biennial Awards in 2008, 2010, and 2012.