INTERVIEWS

Prints On Wood Interview

Every year after ComicCon, I tell myself ‘this fall/winter will be the one where I shut everything down, get some rest and get back to my writing.’ This year was the first year in maybe 15 years where I didn’t even say that to myself. It’s one thing to make believe to other people, but […]

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Vinyl Pulse Interview on ‘CHOICES’

Interview with Jermaine Rogers on ‘CHOICES’   [On the eve of the release of Jermaine Rogers’ first self-produced vinyl toy, CHOICES, Vinyl Pulse reached out to him to explore the character, the connection to the underlying storyline, and his perspective making art and art toys.  Enjoy the interview and be sure to check out the SDCC release […]

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Kidrobot Interview

You have seen him all over the San Diego Comic Con for years, and his art everywhere from concert posters and galleries to Dogfish Head ale bottles. We love Jermaine Rogers, and we thought we would pick his brain for a moment. Jermaine Rogers (born October 14, 1972 in Houston, Texas) is an artist and designer in […]

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Free Press Houston Interview

Godfather of modern poster art and prodigal son returns to Houston…for now. By Omar Afra Most Houstonian’s are blind to the fact that their very own city was responsible for a resurgence in the medium of rock poster art. There was a ‘golden age’ in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s where Houston’s acid soaked […]

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IPaintMyMind Interview

“‘Style’ is a really pretty word for ‘imperfection’.  Every artist tries to manifest his slant on reality, and the imperfections of that look, the deviations from the norm, are his ‘style’. Jermaine Rogers has been a mainstay in the rock poster art scene for over a decade. He works at his headquarters in Manitou Springs, […]

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Rock SmART Interview

By Stacey Brook Artist Jermaine Rogers designs rock posters with a message. If you have heard Radiohead’s latest album, “Hail to the Thief,” you are sure to have noticed Thom Yorke’s prophetic voice belting out an eerie warning on the very first track. “Pay attention!” he repeats over and over again, as if the act […]

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Houston Press: Pinup Guy

Poster artist Jermaine Rogers isn’t always in concert with critics BY MARY SPECHT Houston Press, January 2003 Jermaine Rogers had no formal art training, but in 1995 the Houston poster artist made the bold move of quitting a menial day job to hawk his bills around town, mostly for shows at Numbers. Work was so […]

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3RD WHEEL Magazine Interview

A Great mag out of the U.K. requested an interview with Jermaine during SxSW. Unfortunately, truckloads of work kept Jermaine stuck at home in Houston, far away from SxSW (about 3 hours away). But everyone was able to adjust, and Clive Barens and his cute little friend Wendy Allistre were able to make the short […]

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