Bette in Vegas

April 16, 2008 on 4:35 pm | By | In Gigs, News | 2 Comments

I recently did a logo for Bette Midler’s Las Vegas show at Caesar’s. The art director is actually and old pal of mine, Rod Dyer, a really colorful character who incidentally has a dual career operating one of LA’s best and longest running restaurants: Pane e Vino. Laura (my wife, illustrator Laura Smith) and I have loved going there for years—it’s undoubtedly one of our favorite LA restaurants. It has a fantastic outdoor garden seating area where you can always see some of Hollywood’s glitterati. One day while having lunch with Rod, Billy Dee Williams joined our table, Rod left, resulting in our having lunch with Lando Calrissian.

Bette’s new show is at The Colosseum, where she takes over the slot occupied for years by Celine Dion. Bette alternates showdates monthly with Elton John and Cher.


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  1. You Letterform guys speak a languish all your own.
    Me I just like your worx.

    Comment by José Cruz — May 28, 2008 #

  2. Payin’ my props to a man who knows his way around the stroke palette. Gotta love those round caps & joins!

    Comment by Daniel Pelavin — April 17, 2008 #

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