Burlesque of North America
Flight Of The Conchords
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OH MY GOD.
Holy crud this is so nice. I hope this artist was paid well for this job, because it really doesn't get much better than this. I wonder how many hours went into the illustration?
when you draw like this you can do whatever you want for a poster. the customer is paying as much or more for the artist. it's beautiful...
I was gonna say... of course this is an amazing illustration, but seems 180 degrees away from FotC. Then, I figured out that that's a Kiwi bird. So there you go.
this poster screams "zany musical comedy" to me!
Arj Barker visited me in the hospital when I was 17. I had to tell him to leave because he literally had my stitches ripping open. Good ol' Arj.
Always hats off to Mr. Horky.
This is garbage. The tiny flying birds to give the size some scope just really puts this thing deeper in the dumpster. Don't waste your money. And that tree? Pfft, kindergarten.
nope, I waited it out and payed a little more for a variant and just happened to get there in time, These went crazy fast. Yeah, I was pretty stoked to see it was actually for a band that I knew.
*picking my jaw up off the floor* This is just dumbfounding. The details are gorgeous. There's so much detail, I'd love to see an even larger image than they have on Burlesque (since it's sold out).
sweet clint, were there variants inserted in some tubes? i thought i heard that but never actually saw that info.
i wait and wait for Horkey to do posters for bands i listen too or have even heard of and this was well worth the wait.
Got one of the variants of this sucka, So stoked!
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Holy hell! this is retarded good
no surprise here. stunning.
This looks amazing!!
shit, I really wanted one of these and they sold out fast. oh well.
thats insane!!! love the penny farthing!
they are getting some great posters!
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