Brad Klausen On Fade To Black October 10th

Brad Klausen On Fade To Black

October 10th 2018


Jacob’s Ladder


Brad Klausen grew up in Southern California and moved to Seattle in 1999 to begin a nine-year career as the in-house graphic designer for Pearl Jam.

In July 2007 he launched Artillery Design, his one-man design shop where he continues to make posters for Pearl Jam, Built to Spill, Widespread Panic, and many other bands.

Brad’s book, ‘NEW From a Basement in Seattle: The Poster Art of Brad Klausen‘ is an extensive look into the creative process through which Brad generates imagery for rock posters for Pearl Jam, Built to Spill, Queens of the Stone Age and others.

Tonight we will discuss Klausen’s journey in discovering the symbology in ancient Egyptian art and sculpture and his contribution to the Magical Egypt documentary and symposium and how he uses it today in his own artwork- both personal and in the world of Rock and Roll.


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  1. 12th October 2018 | mythillogical says:
    Fabulous show sir, as expected and thank you! I quote Mr Klausen in my book The Spirit in the Sky 'Ancient Cosmological God's & Where In The World We Find Them' and also in my latest podcast appearance when discussing Ancient Egyptian art and the Bible as a blueprint for the biomechanics of the human brain. Art transcends language and there are many artifacts to consider. My hypothesis has since been publicly backed by Graham Hancock and an introduction to my research can be found on his website under Author of the Month of December 2017. I hope this message finds you well and in fine Spirit also. Podcast & Hancock links below for your consideration should you find the time... Kind & Spirited regards, RN Vooght