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Lil Tuffy  
Bottom of the Hill
San Francisco
Lil Tuffy  
2003-03-25 20:09:01
Plus Ones, The
Heavenly States

Ozma Poster - Bottom of the Hill, San Francisco - Lil Tuffy

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kozikSend kozik a message :   pretty cool for a gay amrraige piece   2004-03-01 12:37:18
Dirty DonnySend Dirty Donny a message :   Big T, You my Parkside bitch! Awwwwsome work my man!
PS. I pissed in the ink when you weren't look'n...(heh heh) :^)
"makes it a scratch 'n sniff for the kids!" WF
wanna get one of these at the show fri!...... (insert "gay" smiley face craptoid at the end)
  2003-03-26 21:51:10
seripopSend seripop a message :   BEAUT. and a fresh one!   2003-03-26 21:05:58
lil_tuffySend lil_tuffy a message :   Whoah Nellie! Look at all these comments.
I'm a big fan of the retro style and Jim Flora's work has always been among my faves. His style popped into my head because this show is a two-night split bill.
The bitchin' camaro is on loan from one of my 'patrons.'
Peas out,
  2003-03-26 20:56:01
worthless fuckstickSend worthless fuckstick a message :   It was apleasure seeing this print come out! The "flatstock" really makes the gloss outline on the figures pop! Lil Tuffy is a solid printer and gettin better every day!
Dirty Donny & I give the full on mega props!
PS. is that your bitch'b camero i always see you in?.....DD
  2003-03-26 20:24:11
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   UPA was the shit! I loved that stuff. When ever I draw someone with a plaid shirt, and the pattern doesn't conform to the person's body, that's a nod to them(I believe I saw that in a Mr. Magoo short). The "Spice Girls" shirt makes me giggle.   2003-03-26 13:37:52
porkypigstyleSend porkypigstyle a message :   i am a big fan of t-shirts in posters.   2003-03-26 13:20:56
FinchSend Finch a message :   For those who are into this style, check this out:
Looks like a must-buy book to me.
For those who don't know Gene Deitch was in the UPA animation studios in their heyday...I think the covers on that page were done before he started at UPA though. He went on to run the Terrytoons studio for a short period (he introduced Tom Terrific during this period) and eventually ended up moving to the Prague doing animated versions of children's books, the occasional original story and even a few Tom & Jerry cartoons (the Czechs didn't quite get the Tom & Jerry humor so these ended up being some of the absolute worst Tom & Jerry cartoons made). This guy has led an interesting life...
You can find more about his life here:
I know...way more than you wanted to know...
  2003-03-26 09:30:45
mattholmes01Send mattholmes01 a message :   yeah, I thought it was Disney. Now that I think about it, there was a lot of this groovy, hipster, cardigan-wearing design back then.   2003-03-26 09:12:12
FinchSend Finch a message :   It's Toot Whistle Plunk & Boom - I can't believe you just mentioned that...the poster I'm working on now totally rips off that cartoon!
That cartoon was (I believe) the first animated film in CinemaScope. It really wasn't that "Fresh" at the time - it was Disney ripping off the UPA animation style.
  2003-03-26 08:49:35
mattholmes01Send mattholmes01 a message :   That style is awesome. I remember seeing a filmstrip in music class in elementary school called "Boom, Whistle, Plunk, Thud" or something like that. It was totally in that style. i wonder if he was involved or if it was some sort of homage. Anyone else remember this?   2003-03-26 08:44:04
standardSend standard a message :   It's very nice.
  2003-03-26 08:16:43
Dan ApparatusSend Dan Apparatus a message :   I done found this if'n anyone be carin'   2003-03-26 08:15:19
PediniSend Pedini a message :   This style always wins.   2003-03-26 08:06:14
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   this is actually a rather twisted parody of a specific flora cover for a jazz combo called sauter-finnegan back in the fifties. they were pretty interesting band in a duke ellington meets spike jones sort of way, if you can figure it.   2003-03-26 07:45:20
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   Not that I know of, but I wouldn't be surprised if he did any back in the Punk mag days. Used to see his stuff all over in a variety of places in the '80s/'90s.   2003-03-26 06:36:52
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   was j.d. king ever doing punk posters? he used to be into 60's garage punk when he was younger (then he drifted into bop), so i wonder if he ever did any posters.   2003-03-26 06:28:53
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   Kinda J.D. King-ish too (who was influenced by Flora). Very nice illo.   2003-03-26 06:23:51
GrzecaSend Grzeca a message :   EXACTAMUNDO!!! Thank you for helping a feeble old man.   2003-03-25 21:58:22
Dirk FowlerSend Dirk Fowler a message :   Dan, I think the name you are searching for is Jim Flora. Ames Bros. did a spin on him too.   2003-03-25 21:55:46
GrzecaSend Grzeca a message :   an update on the 50's Jazz album covers of......awwww man, Im losing it. I'll post the name in the morning.   2003-03-25 21:08:31
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   these guys are havin' fun.   2003-03-25 20:37:26
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