What’s up at posterGIANT?

It’s hard to believe we are nearly half way through the summer.  Here is the latest on what’s up here at posterGIANT while we wait for the sun to give us a little more action!


Get ready for an off the hook event!  posterGIANT is proud to promote and sponsor the Off Ramp Reunion Show featuring Christdriver, Rorschach Test, Suction, The Braindead and Pinch on Saturday, August 27th at Studio 7!. 

For more about the event, go to www.studioseven.us and check out this sweet poster designed by our very own Amy Taggart!  Proceeds from this event will support the Layne Staley Memorial fund.

Welcome Tim!

We recently welcomed an intern here at posterGIANT and he is psyched to be a part of the PG Team.  Here are some Tim trivia facts!  You may be quizzed about these later so pay attention!  Tim recently received his associates degree in graphic design from Seattle Central Creative Academy.  He lives in Tacoma with wife Lindsay and his little boy, an 11 month old golden retriever Bodhi.

Tim has done everything from managing Lids, GAP  and Mens Wearhouse stores, to a 2nd shift janitor.  He has been  an acting coach, a lighting consultant and even a nanny.  He was the lead singer/songwriter of the Milwaukee band The Critics from 1991 – 2004, and has dabbled in writing a “solo album” but misses the band scene.

We are excited to have Tim’s help around posterGIANT especially during these crazy summer months.  If you are in the hood, stop by and introduce yourself!

Lottery Action!

posterGIANT hit the pavement, literally, for the Lottery. It doesn’t take winning the Lottery to get your unique marketing message out, but when the Washington State Lottery wanted help getting a message out, they looked to posterGIANT to make it happen!

Murals are one unique way to send a message or catch your customer’s eye whether on a wall or on the ground, posterGIANT makes it happen.

Another Look at a Fresh Start!

We told you recently about the pole posting clean up campaign posterGIANT has been a part of here in Seattle, WA.  Here is a better look at how much work takes to get these poles clean, but worth it to give Seattle a fresh slate.