Collective Nonprofit Book, "from the Fans for the Fans"
Mike Dubois Studio's
Extraordinary Donor :
Mike of Mike Dubois Studio's has bestowed on the group his donated artwork for the nonprofit book:
Dead Head Stories " If we told you all that went down, it would burn off both your ears."
We have started a grassroots project group collectively writing a book, and we are speechless that Mike would donate his time and energy to such a good cause. No one gets paid, and all proceeds go to good causes.
The following artwork is 100% all Mike and credited to Mike's love and passion over the years.
Mike from the whole group, this is such a Grateful way to go, and we are speechless and honored.
Custom Cover for the Book By Mike
The art of Michael DuBois has been described as visionary, surrealistic, psychedelic, all of which fail to adequately define a body of work that transcends conventional categorization. His unique style has set him apart as an original.
Working in mixed media, oil painting, and computer graphics DuBois has established himself as a pioneer in the work of contemporary music art, with commissions by:
Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band, Hot Tuna, Jerry Garcia Band, Michael Hedges, Wavy Gravy, Gov't Mule, The Wailers, Phil Lesh and Friends, Levon Helm, Bob Weir and RatDog, Santana and the Rolling Stones, Furthur, Pink Floyd, and the Jimi Hendrix estate. In addition to creating designs and artwork for the music industry DuBois also produces tour merchandise and unique event products for shows and events including The Tampa Bay Blues Festival, Gathering Of The Vibes, Jam Cruise, Mountain Jam, Nateva music and arts fest, Benefit concert for Arthur Lee of the band Love featuring, Ian Hunter, Ryan Adams, Nils Lofgren, Yo La Tango and Robert Plant.
In 2009 DuBois designed and illustrated the Grammy award-winning album Electric Dirt by Levon Helm and in 2011 designed and illustrated parts of the remastered and repackaged Classic recordings Europe '72 multi-disc set by The Grateful Dead.
Exhibitions include the Art Rock Gallery in San Francisco, the Bess Cutler Gallery in New York City, and the James Cox gallery in Woodstock, NY.