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DESIGNER:
Lyman Hardy
VENUE:
Ritz
Austin
TX
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Art Chantry 
2003-03-25 15:30:13
 
BANDS:
Rhythm Pigs
Bayou Pigs
Uglor
Disband



Rhythm Pigs Poster - Ritz, Austin - Lyman Hardy



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Brute666Send Brute666 a message :   I always click on these posters when they pop up on the randomizer. Nostalgia is a strong mistress.   2008-11-11 18:00:41
ricv64Send ricv64 a message :   dig it   2006-08-20 11:26:06
comptonSend compton a message :   jared just submitted the color lyman for me...stay tuned...andele clay!   2003-03-26 22:33:38
comptonSend compton a message :   ah-hem...the color ed hall one is one of the first posters i bought...not this one being commented on...
awaww fuckit.
  2003-03-26 18:36:46
comptonSend compton a message :   i got an ed hall poster lyman did in color. i'll see if i can scan it, geoff-which ones do you have?
this was one of the first posters i bought back in high school...stay tuned...
  2003-03-26 18:35:58
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   This reminds me of stuff my man Greg Oakes does...just a little. http://www.gigposters.com/designers.php?designer=6844   2003-03-26 13:46:53
Jeff KleinsmithSend Jeff Kleinsmith a message :   Art,
Check your PM.
Best, Jeff
  2003-03-26 13:28:44
seripopSend seripop a message :   i don't like it. sorry. :(   2003-03-26 13:21:01
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   jeff - i just figured out what you meant. but you misunderstand. i meant that those cruddy xeroxes influenced YOU and ME, not your work influenced jason. he was already doing that stuff. savvy?
art
  2003-03-26 12:46:26
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   jeff -
huh?
art
  2003-03-26 12:41:01
stinkbaitSend stinkbait a message :   I've got a few colour Lyman's. I'll see if I can get good shots of them this weekend. Too big to scan...   2003-03-26 12:04:53
Jeff KleinsmithSend Jeff Kleinsmith a message :   "i flipped out, and so did jeff kleinsmith. these guys were a huge influence on both of us. in fact i think these sheets of crappy xeroxes were the reason jeff started doing all of those great b&w things he slammed out for so long."
Art, this is the second time you've said this same thing. I feel uncomfortable stating that I've been an influence on anybody, but before you say this again you should have a talk with Jason Austin. I met him for the first time at SxSW and he and I had a nice long talk about this same subject.
  2003-03-26 09:22:05
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   do you have any more of his stuff that you can post? i'd die to see what his brain did with color...   2003-03-26 07:39:05
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   Lyman works for an agency in Austin still doing good work but not many posters...he did do color work as well....   2003-03-26 06:41:33
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   Thx for posting these historically important posters, Art. For some reason this reminds me of Rory Hayes, though it looks more late-'60s Crumbish.   2003-03-26 06:26:56
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   i figgered it was about time that gigposters got a whiff o' lyman hardy's work. all i've ever had are these bad xeroxes, but the the stuff is still amazing. was this stuff ever in color?
i don't know much about him, or what happened to him, but i do know that he was working in austin at the same time as kozik started and was an obvious influence on his early work (like that poison 13/rocky erickson piece). of course, frank took off in dramatically different directions later on.
the other biggie down there working at the same time was jason austin. i've also got maybe 50 xeroxes of his stuff that i will post. when we got these sheets of posters (xeroxed onto 11x17 paper - about 16 to a page) i flipped out, and so did jeff kleinsmith. these guys were a huge influence on both of us. in fact i think these sheets of crappy xeroxes were the reason jeff started doing all of those great b&w things he slammed out for so long.
i think cross-cultural contamination is really cool, and it is the biggest secret in punk - the fact that it WASN"T really regionalized as much as the historians all try to tell us. it crossed over all over the place. the idea that a couple of sheets of cruddy xerox promos sent to a shitty little zine in seattle would change the direction of seattle poster design is pretty cool to think about.
art
ps - thanks for filling in on the axiom being in houston. i didn't know that.
  2003-03-26 05:59:54
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