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Rupp Arena
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2012-04-27 09:40:57
Eric Church

Eric Church Poster - Rupp Arena, Lexington - Crosshair

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crosshairSend crosshair a message :   I know what you meant Justin, and I'ma let you finish...   2012-04-30 11:54:11
boatdreamsSend boatdreams a message :   Just to be clear: I definitely did not mean "dangerously close to straight up photorealism" as a bad thing. It's been really cool watching his approach get honed to the point it's at today.   2012-04-30 11:10:12
40ozGraphicsSend 40ozGraphics a message :   Amazing skills for sure.   2012-04-30 10:30:42
epicproblemsSend epicproblems a message :   Very nice.   2012-04-30 08:19:47
perkinsSend perkins a message :   Nice one Dan. That shadow on the front of the building is beautiful.   2012-04-30 08:07:53
zlandrumSend zlandrum a message :   yassir, this here's a nice pooster. Love those old buildings like that in the country, we've got quite a few around here. Next time i'm out I'll try and iphone you one.   2012-04-30 07:40:00
andy_schmidtSend andy_schmidt a message :   The text has a nice cloudy feel to it and the sky has a gorgeous depth to it. Top notch.   2012-04-29 22:36:15
Dan BlackSend Dan Black a message :   I love that the criticism of a Crosshair poster is that it's just too awesome. I feel like there are some people whose prints tread really close to inkjet territory, but the way Dan deals with layers & separations is totally different and is totally in line with what people are talking about when they talk about what screenprints look like (layers of flat-ish shapes of color, split fountains, ink transparency vs. halftones or stochastic dots or whathaveyou)'s just on a way more incredible scale. This thing looks amazing dude.   2012-04-29 22:23:56
crosshairSend crosshair a message :   Don't worry gents, look close enough and you'll always find something f'd up.
This one's a 7 color print. Shot on location in the countryside a few miles South of Lexington. We did a contest on EC's FB page- first fan to give the exact location, wins an autographed poster. Some dude nailed it within 10 minutes.
That, is the difference between Country fans and indie rockers.
  2012-04-29 20:10:53
Steph NitroSend Steph Nitro a message :   Very very nice. Love dans stuff too. agree with mikeage a bit, never liked it when screenprints seem to be competing with inkjet printers. love the rough stuff happening on "bad" screenprints. ah the irony   2012-04-29 16:05:27
mikeageSend mikeage a message :   putting the info in the sky instead of on the building for this one is also great touch.   2012-04-29 14:16:24
mikeageSend mikeage a message :   i agree, bd, the skills are amazing, but i hope it never gets to the point of photorealism. one of the things i have alway liked is being able to see that it is someone's interpretation of the original photo.   2012-04-29 14:15:38
drugfactorySend drugfactory a message :   damn impressive   2012-04-29 13:29:18
boatdreamsSend boatdreams a message :   Crosshair's stuff has blown my mind every since I first saw it, but in the past year or so, dude is getting dangerously close to straight up photorealism. The skill involved here really cannot be overstated.   2012-04-29 10:01:10
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   Thumbs up, Dan.   2012-04-28 20:40:01
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