Sean de Burca is a percussive acoustic guitarist and graphic designer, illustrator and typographer from Kent, England. This site is where these two crafts meet. Here you can stay up to date with his music, as well as view his design portfolio.

 

With over 150 design clients, he has created album artwork, hand rendered lettering logos, tour posters and much more for a wide variety of musicians and record labels around the globe.

By 2014, having played the guitar for just 7 years, he was named as one of the top 30 acoustic guitarists under the age of 30 worldwide by Acoustic Guitar Magazine (USA), as well as being featured as Acoustic Magazine's (UK) 'Next Big Thing'.

"From harmonics to percussive slapping to agile fretboard dancing, this southpaw knows a thing or two about getting the most sound possible out of his guitar. On his three full-length releases on Bandcamp, the self-taught guitarist shows he isn’t afraid of taking risks." - Acoustic Guitar Magazine 2014

Sean has performed in Canada, America and across the UK, this includes performances supporting Antoine Dufour at the Vancouver Planetarium and Ken Bonfield’s Artistry of the Guitar showcase in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Sean’s technical playing has earned him performances at UK Tech-Metal Festival for 3 consecutive years (2014-2016) sharing the bill with Jon Gomm, plus hosting masterclasses. As an endorsee for Faith Guitars, Carillion Guitars, D’Addario Strings, GruvGear accessories, Elite Acoustics and K&K Pickups, Sean has also provided booth demonstrations at various guitar shows across the UK. He has even performed to audiences including Jeff Beck and Roger Daltrey.

Sean has released CDs in HMV (UK stores), gained numerous magazine and newspaper features, and received BBC airplay. The world famous record label, Candyrat Records (who Sean also provides graphic design for), have featured Sean's videos on their highly popular YouTube channel.

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