Recently published posters
‘Pasadena, the view from the City of Roses’
The ‘Pasadena, the view from the City of Roses’ print is a tribute to one of California’s most important cities. The print highlights some of the places, attractions, points of interest and surrounding areas that have made Pasadena a world class city.
Pasadena is known for hosting the annual Rose Bowl football game and Tournament of Roses Parade. In addition, Pasadena is also home to many scientific and cultural institutions, including the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Fuller Theological Seminary, Art Center College of Design, the Pasadena Playhouse, the Norton Simon Museum of Art and the Pacific Asia Museum.
Sunset over Pasadena
I am excited to include Pasadena in a portfolio of cities and regions I have illustrated over the last 20 years. As an artist, I have created edition posters celebrating cities and regions around the country. Some of those include Boston, Silicon Valley, Sacramento, Route 128, Wall Street, Palo Alto, Watsonville and Santa Cruz to name a few.
The Pasadena print is well under way and will be completed and available for distribution in January 2016.
the slideshow are images from past posters.
Sponsor logos appear at the bottom of the poster
The ‘Pasadena, the view from the City of Roses’ poster will be available for distribution in January. The print will be promoted through, social media channels and targeted events. I am looking for a limited number of regional sponsors that embody the spirit of Pasadena, its culture and its contribution to the regional community.
The poster will be used as a promotional tool over the next 2 years. The poster will be 19″ X 27″ and 3,000 will be printed and distributed in bookshops, local shops and venues throughout parts of Los Angeles County. The poster will also be distributed by sponsoring companies and available online.
Sponsors have found that their community identifies with sponsor contributions to economic development, local culture and best practices for industry.
Logo Identity representation on the poster for 2 years
Institutional marketing to a local market
Identity representation on web and social media campaigns
Sponsorship is an inexpensive way to be seen by individuals throughout parts of Los Angeles County
Each Sponsor receives complimentary posters
A PARTIAL LIST OF PAST POSTER SPONSORS
University of California, Santa Cruz
Bay Federal Credit Union
Santa Cruz County Bank
City of Watsonville
Pajaro Valley Arts Council
National Marine Sanctuaries Monterey Bay
Bank of Boston
Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce
Garden Court Hotel
Farm to Fork
New Leaf Markets
Communications & Power Industries, International
Museum of Art & History
Santa Cruz Boardwalk
True Olive Connection
Habitat for Humanities
Santa Cruz County Arts Council
Bookshop Santa Cruz
Sacramento State University
UC Davis Health System
San Mateo County/Silicon Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau
The Watsonville poster on the cover of Goodtimes weekly Arts & Entertainment Magazine
All mapmakers choose what to include as well as what to leave out — and accordingly, a map is a reflection of its maker and how it will be used. Santa Cruz artist Kirby Scudder created a poster of Santa Cruz that included only the features he found most emblematic of the city. To create large city maps, he uses Google Earth for research and Photoshop with a Wacom tablet to painstakingly draw people, vehicles, buildings, shadows, land and water features from an angled aerial perspective. He takes great liberties with spatial accuracy — bending and foreshortening land masses, selectively showing only the resonant landmarks, streets and buildings he believes are the essence of “The Cruz.” Santa Cruz Sentinel 2015
“Mr. Scudder’s posters have been collected by buyers from around the globe, a reflection of his keen eye and commitment to the regions that he illustrates. His unique vantage point captures the insider’s view of the communities he portrays. When completed he has captured the spirit of a place for thousands of viewers to enjoy.” Benjamin Taylor, Painter/Educator