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Depending on the client, El Jefe Design Design delivers everything from annual reports to music packaging with razor-sharp style and handcrafted quality. Gig posters are a specialty of the DC-based studio, which is run by illustrator, designer, and author Jeffrey Everett. Created for the gaming-themed "Multiplayer x2" show at Gallery 1988, this art print pays tribute to the Japanese video game Metroid, artfully reimagining its strong, solitary, and (surprise!) female protagonist.
Screen-printed by hand. Open edition. Unframed.
El Jefe Design
French Lemon Drop Paper 100#
W 19” H 25”
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.