Jermaine Rogers

Jermaine Rogers is an artist and designer in the field of modern rockpop poster art, also known as gigposter art, as well as serigraph and fine art production. Rogers began his career in Houston, Texas as a member of the 1990s Texas posterart scene, which featured fellow artists Frank Kozik, Uncle Charlie, and Lindsey Kuhn. Since 1995, Rogers has designed posters for a wide variety of musical acts, including Queens Of The Stone Age, Neil Young, Tool, Deftones, Radiohead, Tori Amos, David Bowie, Morrissey, The Cure, Mars Volta, Public Enemy, Them Crooked Vultures, and many others. His work is viewed as influential in the modern resurgence of the art form, continuously crafting images that push boundaries, whether social, cultural, or aesthetic. His work is cataloged among the permanent collections of the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio as well as the Experience Music Project in Seattle, Washington. His work has been featured in various media, including print, television,


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