Aw hell. RIP Yee Haw. Huge respect to them, and everything they've accomplished. I stumbled upon their shop in Knoxville at random in 2003 when I was on a dismal tour with an old band...they were closed but I banged on the window with my fist until their intern let me in for a look around. I've been a fan ever since.
Yee-Haw's Flatstock Nine poster is still one of my all-time favorites and hangs proudly in the crapper at the Crosshair HQ, with the other scatological Flatstock posters.
Best of luck to Julie and Kevin, in any and all future endeavors.
Yea, I heard about that. It blows.
Hoping they both continue to create kickass work. That style is too good to abandon.
O n w a r d & u p w a r d
Oh man - I'm so sad now. I have a house slap full of Yee-Haw posters. I hate to see such a staple southern print shop go away. I'm waiting for whatever amazing work they come up with in the future.
i like fun.
Yeah like Andy said word around town is they are both just ready to take on new ventures, Kevin is apparently starting something in L.A. So i am sure you will still continue to see their work. Sucks for Knoxville...their shop has been an icon in this town for years now.
Sucks but I can understand. It's tough maintaining a printshop and on top of that entertain the masses.
Kevin, I hope "California" means San Francisco. Julie, you should come out here too!
I hope I'll at least get to see you guys one more time at Bonnaroo!