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Uncle Charlie
Houston, TX, USA
After graduating from a Houston art college in 1992, Charlie had a 15-year career as a package designer in a Houston design company. While working on packaging for Minute Maid, Imperial Sugar and Hi-C, Charlie free-lanced as a rock poster artist on the side. After an illness in 2003 left him legally blind in 2007 and corporate downsizing in 2008 left him without a job, Charlie fell back on his love for creating rock posters as a way to earn a living. Now working out of his home studio, Charlie enjoys the time he dedicates to producing posters and exploring other areas of art including painting and print making.
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Uncle Charlie
Nine Inch Nails - October 31st, 1994 at The Summit
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Rancid - November 7th, 1995 at Trees
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The Offspring - March 17th, 1995 at Austin Music Hall
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Foo Fighters - September 10, 1995 at Numbers
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Rancid - Novemember 6th, 1995 at Numbers
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Green Day - November 24, 1995 at Municipal Auditorium
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Artist Bio
After graduating from a Houston art college in 1992, Charlie had a 15-year career as a package designer in a Houston design company. While working on packaging for Minute Maid, Imperial Sugar and Hi-C, Charlie free-lanced as a rock poster artist on the side. After an illness in 2003 left him legally blind in 2007 and corporate downsizing in 2008 left him without a job, Charlie fell back on his love for creating rock posters as a way to earn a living. Now working out of his home studio, Charlie enjoys the time he dedicates to producing posters and exploring other areas of art including painting and print making.
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