The musical instrument you played as a kid says a lot about you: the piano meant you had no friends, while every other instrument that wasn't the guitar also meant you had no friends. For prints that'll have you digging out your oboe then promptly hiding it again, check out Matt Hunsberger Art.
The creative inspiration of a CT-based designer/illustrator who spends his free time spawning computer-generated electro-pop, MH draws a tight lineup of (mostly) music-inspired giclee prints/calendars depicting some of his fave synthesizers, drum machines, and bass stations, also a super specific competitor to the Outdoor Channel. From the "Synths I've Owned" collection, there's the full-keyboard Akai AX60 dating back to the mid-'80s; a heavy-duty red Korg ElecTribe-SX dance music sequencer; and the Zoom MRT-3B Micro RhythmTrak Drum Machine programmed with 50 preset "drum kits", also what a head-hunting Geena Davis told her pitcher to do when her sis got traded to the Racine Belles. Non-techie stylings include a Lady Gaga-influenced red design featuring a white lightning bolt over her lyrics; a crown-adorned rabbit king spewing a mouth full of fire; a silhouette of Conan O'Brien's hair above the words "No Mo' Coco"; and MH's signature 2011 Calendar of Famous People I Like, which includes renditions of Tina Fey and Dr. Dre -- but not Marvin Gaye, or Rachel Ray, or even Jason Bay. Hey, that's enough
Because Valentine's Day is coming, there's also album art from his one-man band, Pop Heroes, digitally enhanced pics of outer space, song title drawings, and even word-driven posters like one for the book, The Word It: What, a print with a pipe-puffing gent exclaiming, "the f***, sir?", also what the polite cool kid asked when you showed up with your cello to his birthday party.