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)...it's just on a way more incredible scale. This thing looks amazing dude.
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.
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
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.
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.