Limited Edition Harbor Poster
The one means a lot to me. I did the design. The background photo is from a March trip to Emerald Isle, North Carolina, just before the launch of Ever Get Home. Eric Brown is a dear friend and he captured this moment, my first time at the beach where my parents scattered the ashes of the baby they lost before I was born. The baby’s name was Jesse. The line at the top of the poster—“I hope they made it”—comes from Bono’s introduction to the song “Every Breaking Wave” at U2’s 2015 concert in Paris, which took place shortly after the terrorist attacks there. The other lines come from what I wrote about the title of my Substack. On top of all of that, if you’re not already maxed out on meaning, I like the idea that the circle represents safety or home. None of the smaller text is inside the circle but the hope is that it gets there.
18" x 24" screen printed poster
Limited Edition: 50 printed
Background photo by Eric Brown
Designed by Jamie Tworkowski
Special thanks to Swing From The Rafters
Printed and hand-numbered by JEarl in St. Augustine, FL