BREAK YOUR TAPEDECK (VOLUME I) SIDE A: Ghosts of Princes in Towers - The Rich Kids Dawn of the Dead - Does It Oﬀend You Yeah Hounds of Love - The Futureheads We Are Mikey, We Are Rock - The Cool Kids vs Le Loup Ask Me Anything - The Strokes Killing Machine - How I Became The Bomb No Cars Go - Arcade Fire Smile (Mark Ronson Revisit) - Lily Allen Catch the Wind - Donovan Karma Police - John Vanderslice If Work Permits - The Format SIDE B: The Wait - The Pretenders Carry The Zero - Built To Spill Heavy Metal - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Who is it - The Talking Heads Straight To Hell - The Clash Don’t Drop Out - Dolly Parton Hybrid Moments - The Misﬁts M.E. - Gary Numan All My Friends - LCD SOUNDSYSTEM Finger On The Knife - James Pants Listen To My Heart (live)- The Ramones Hang On To Your Ego - The Beach Boys Heros - Bowie Good Ol’ Fashion Nightmare - Matt & Kim also for download at zero-version.com/tapedeck
This summer I designed a poster to go in a series promoting alternative transportation, initiated by my friend Brian Gossett. Most of the other designers made posters promoting speciﬁcally walking. As a daily cyclist, I made mine with the focus on bicycles and thinking about roads in broader terms than just for cars. 50 Posters will be produced as a two color silk-screen and sold with proﬁts beneﬁting charity (charity to be determined and site featuring this poster for sale, and those of the other designers soon. Ask me if you’re curious). Research and unused art this page. Final art to the right.
Evan diLeo is a designer illustrator and animator living in Los Angeles. Seen here breaking fast in San Francisco.
Hello there, If you’re holding this little book in your hands right now it’s because you’re my good friend, someone I like, or someone I look up to. In any case this means you probably do a lot to inspire me through your work, through conversations we’ve had and how you live, or just by being around. I made this to share some of my sketches and thoughts and b-sides and never-made-its with you and give you something you could hold that I made. Share some of that inspiration back to you. And to share some music with you. For fun. Get back away from the computer and get back to the physical world. To start a conversation, and to thank you. yours, - Evan
Self published zine of drawings and photos by Evan di Leo.