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Rock N' Roll Shirts

I'm a huge fan of music, and being a failed musician, graphic art for Rock N' Roll was where I found my calling. From concert tee shirts, to foam core displays, backdrops, album covers and packaging, stage sets, to illustrations, logos and even tattooing, I love what I do. Here's hoping you like what I do. As a fan, it's my responsibility.

Post No Bills

From my earliest recollections of growing up, it was my mother who hung Fillmore posters on my bedroom walls as a kid. It has been a lifelong dream to design rock concert posters. Embedded are the images of Rick Griffin and Stanley Mouse, instead of Mother Goose and Grimm. Read More

Art Beat

Got to design an entire drum kit for the imfamous Mikkey Dee of Motörhead with Sönor drums. Read More

A Cut Above

Getting my big break at Tower Records in the 80's was a huge leap for me artistically. Hand cutting and painting foam core billboards for some of the biggest names in rock, was where I cut my teeth on getting into the music industry. Read More

Over The Top

Taking the serious out of everything I get my hands on. Read More

Putting the "Old" in "Old School"

I got my start, drawing the logos of my favorite bands, on the backs of people's army jackets and my bedroom walls. Note pads and school folders were never safe around me, and I never stopped defacing "blank spots". Read More

Rock N' Roll Shirts

I've been lucky enough to work for some of the biggest bands and artists in the world! From Motörhead to Metallica, from The Rolling Stones to Green Day, From Lisa Marie Presley to George Jones, and the list keeps growing every year. An honor and a privilege, to say the least. Read More

Rock n' Roll Posters

From an early age, my mom would put up Fillmore posters to cover my bedroom walls. I was inspired by Rick Griffin and Stanley Mouse instead of Mother Goose and Grimm. Designing rock posters has been a life long dream of mine, and I am grateful for each opportunity. Read More

Art Gods - Documentary

Strephon Taylor, Zak Wilson and I, put this documentary together, as an oral history of the Tower Records Art Dept. - the place where we all got our starts as artists. Great interviews, vintage film footage, immense archive of vintage photos of all the old displays, and a long strange trip down memory lane, life in the record stores. check out the trailer - - will be out in DVD Dec. 6th, 2013 available on and Read More

Doing art for all the wrong reasons…
Mark S. DeVito
Welcome my Friends, to the show, that never ends…and to the endless piles of crap I've done over the years. I've been lucky enough to work for some of my all-time musical heroes, rock legends, and everything in between. Now, just when I thought there wasn't anything else I could screw up, I've started working in film! And loving's a cool medium, in fact, it's more of an XL! Check out this and that, it's all about having fun. Try not to take anything too seriously, god knows I don't. Enjoy!