mylkhead Archives - Jeff Finley

If You Liked the Bittorrent Song…

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Then you might like this video. This one is how the Mylkhead’s all got started. It’s worth the watch. For more of the music, check out myspace.com/boxomylk.

Basically it’s a music video featuring lots of milk, dancing, and a cg bboy. Most people who are familiar with my work, know about this video. But for you first timers, it’s time you got filled in. Watch.


Play the Assassin Website Launched

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I finally finished the website for Play the Assassin Records. It took forever to finally get all the content up. The backend guy we were working with strung us along for months and I ended up having to populate the website with all it’s content manually. Which, had we known that in the beginning, it would have been up much much sooner.

What is it with programmers? Why is it so difficult to find one that is good AND reliable? Oh well.


nfiltrate – the music news revolution

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Chris Jennings and I are currently working on promoting our new project Nfiltrate. It’s a music news website that allows fans to be the journalists and make the news. Not some corporate staff. It’s actually quite cool. It’s a great way to promote you band, label, or music oriented company. And if you are just a fan, then you are in control of what makes the news. Just get on and submit articles and vote on what you think is newsworthy. Make your voice heard!


Twin Peaks Mylkhead Shirt

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Twin Peaks Mylk

I got a request to make Mylkhead shirts inspired by other David Lynch films. This one is for Twin Peaks. If you remember the crazy character the “Man From Another Place.” This is him. This would be printed on a cranberry colored American Apparel shirt. Would anyone buy this?

Erasermylk Shirt

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I’ve been looking forever for a decent Eraserhead shirt. And they’re all over ebay. But they are all sort of bootleg versions from sellers I can’t trust. And plus, they aren’t American Apparel. They are all probably thick heavy cotton shirts that don’t fit. And I’d be taking a risk getting it off there. I already have the official Eraserhead shirt straight off David Lynch’s website – but it’s a large and all big and gross. I don’t like it. So I decided to make my own. I’ll be printing this shirt up soon on American Apparel. Who wants one?


New Posters Framed

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I just put up some posters I got framed. Framing costs an arm and a leg. But since I am a rich bastard (hmm?) I went out and got stuff framed. Haha, nah I only spent about 50% of my entire live savings! But they look really cool!

Buy these posters for yourself at mylkheadmerch.com


Labor Force Shirts

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Just added three new designs for the band Labor Force. Check it out! Good ole Working Class Punk Rock. They covered “Career Opportunities,” so they gotta be legit!


Stuff Like This Intrigues Me

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Stuff like this makes me curious to see what other forum users across the web are using my artwork as avatars. I found this by checking my referrers. The site is in Spanish, and the user has an avatar of the Minus the Bear poster I did. Who knew? The user posted this comment:

Q columpiada, tengo q comprarme aún la entrada.

And after a google translation, it becomes:

Q swung, I have q to buy me still the entrance.

Hmm. You decide.


Mylkhead + Go Media = Hi End Multimedia Bliss

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I met up with the fine dudes at Go Media the other day for dinner at Max and Ermas. It was quite enjoyable. I’ve been conversing with the guys for about a year now with talks of joining forces someday. The two guys who run Go Media, Bill and Chris, are stand up guys who are really starting to put together a profitable design firm. They just added Oliver from Vantage Point Multimedia and Above this Fire fame to the team as well. Oliver is most known for working as a graphic designer for Derek Hess.

They said they are ready to expand and want to bring me on. It looks like I’ll be doing that. So all design inquiries will go through Go Media. And we would work on the project as a team.

Does this spell the end for Mylkhead? No. Mylkhead is still my individual portfolio and online alias. People can browse my portfolio and contact me just the same as usual. And I’ll be able to work with you just the same. However, now you’ll get the benefit of having a team of 4 kick-ass artists working for you.

Some may ask why I decided to team up and not keep flying solo. Well flying solo has it’s advantages, teaming up has more in my opinion. Working as a team, we can do more hi-end work. Stuff that would take an individual months to do. And all that legal mumbo jumbo and tax jargon is now out of my hands. I don’t have to worry about “doing the books.” I can concentrate on what I do best – design, branding, creative thinking.

I’ll work on-site in their new studio. This means I’ll get a new computer and all that fun stuff. I really look forward to kicking ass with the four of us. I could be starting as soon as next week. But I have full plate of work I need to finish off before I can do so. I want to be able to put all my effort into Go Media and see what we can do. The sky is the limit.

So if you need to work with me, just hold off a week or two. I want to make a smooth transition. Keep in mind, the rates won’t be the same as they are now. You’ll be getting a lot more with Go Media than I could ever do on my own. If you think your band or company could benefit from having the team work on your project, then great. And it will be easy to request me as your designer through Go Media. And I’ll still give you all the personal attention you are used to. If not more haha.

But I’ll continue to give you updates on the situation. Stay tuned…