About Us

Status Serigraph is the full service Graphic Design and Limited-Edition poster studio of Knoxville-based designer Justin Helton. Since 2005, Helton has developed into one of the most sought after young designers in the Southeast. A one-man studio specializing in graphic design for the music and entertainment industry, Helton has designed materials for some of today’s biggest musical acts, festivals and entertainment brands. Working with bands like Phish, The Avett Brothers, My Morning Jacket, Ween, The Black Keys, and festivals like Bonnaroo, Forecastle and Outside Lands, Helton has created an array of designs for the music industry. Working out of his studio in downtown Knoxville, TN, he uses a unique blend of design, illustration, and typography in his work and his posters are screen printed by hand. As an alumni of the University of Tennessee, and former Creative Director for AC Entertainment, Helton’s experience has lead him to design for such brands as A&E Television, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., and Sugarlands Distilling Company. Helton’s designs have been featured in publications such as Gigposters Vol. 2, 1000 More Greetings, Relix Magazine and has been talked about on such websites as the Chive, Paste Magazine, Buzzfeed and OMGposters.com.


  • Going up for sale at 1pm eastern with a number of other new posters! Link at top of page! #tameimpala #iridescent #gigposter
  • If you are seeing @deadandcompany this tour make sure to grab one of the tour posters I did for them! #deadandcompany #gigposter #tour
  • Yesterday I shared my poster for the @tame__impala shows last night and tonight in Brooklyn... now here's a peek at a variant I'll be offering later this week. Using a super psychedelic iridescent paper check out how this thing changes as it moves! #gigposter #tameimpala #variant #iridescent #mindblowned
  • @deadandcompany killed it tonight! Thank you for a great weekend @bonnaroo !
  • Ween!
  • The magic of @bonnaroo ... Walk in to see Judd Apatow and friends and literally stand 3ft from the Great Eddie Vedder... Only to then see him walk on stage and perform a tribute song he wrote about Gary Shandling with Judd... Amazing!