Neal Williams is a Eugene, OR-based illustrator and screenprinter who got his start around 2011 working largely in limited edition prints and concert posters. After spending his twenties working around music; from record store jobs to freelance music composition, Neal felt the urge to explore the visual side of music. He quickly fell in love with the gigposter scene and decided to try his hand designing flyers for his and other local bands while living in Atlanta, GA.
While Neal's detailed pen-and-ink style has found it's way into other areas of design, from beer labels to book covers, music posters still take up most of his time. Screenprinting remains a very active part of his process and in 2018, with the addition of a high-end automatic press, Neal opened up Epic Problems Print Shop to provide quality screenprinting services to outside clients.
Client list includes: Foo Fighters, Simon & Schuster, The Avett Brothers, Soundgarden, Ninkasi Brewing Company, Queens of the Stone Age, Dave Matthews Band, Interpol, Van Morrison, Primus, 311, Dinosaur Jr., Russian Circles, Arctic Monkeys and many more.