The Decoder Ring Design Concern creates both lovely and edgy silkscreened concert and art posters (thanks for the tip, Penelope829). Founded in 2004, their mission statement is simply "Do work we love for clients we admire." Partners Christian Helms, Geoff Peveto, Paul Fucik, and Derrit DeRouen have worked with clients including Leo Burnett Worldwide, Levis Jeans, Toyota Yaris, MTV, Sony BMG's Epic Records, Capitol Records, South By Southwest, Modest Mouse, Dave Matthews Band, Erykah Badu, and Wilco. Each project Decoder undertakes reflects what they love about design: collaboration with companies, groups, or individuals who have something important to say and deserve to be heard.
To find out how to contact The Decoder Ring Design Concern for custom orders, and to see a gallery of their work, just
According to their site, this group of designers decided on this odd, long name because a decoder ring "is used to solve complex problems, and design concern is an historic term that references the rich heritage of our industry." Since, they also mention that everything is better with bacon or monkeys, I'm not sure if I can take everything this talented crew says too seriously. Though I do believe that GiggleSugar would agree with them about the monkeys.
You can contact The Decoder Ring with questions or custom orders here.