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DESIGNER:
Jermaine Rogers 
VENUE:
EMOS
Austin
TX
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Jermaine Rogers 
2003-08-20 23:13:40
 
BANDS:
Mogwai
Dalek
And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead



Mogwai Poster - EMOS, Austin - Jermaine Rogers



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PediniSend Pedini a message :   Ew, a nasty habit!   2003-09-23 13:06:07
connor13Send connor13 a message :   he's chewing on a toe-nail.   2003-09-23 12:48:30
ferg2001Send ferg2001 a message :   "got milk"   2003-09-23 12:35:17
comptonSend compton a message :   i didn't say i hated them jermy.
I said they were difficult to read. what's the use of posting a poster for a show if you can't read it? that's all. i LOVE the art work, but just couldn't read it as a poster advertising that mogwai was coming next week.
i understand you were behind with stuff...i think a lot of people were. but i'm not attacking you, my heart, i'm just giving my comments. i'm sure we could get into a big ole conversation/thread about the reason for gigposters...but i think we've seen that thread before!
anyway...i'm done. i'm looking forward to the nice big one coming out. you comin to the show?
  2003-09-10 22:26:46
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Stores and crap...I guess. Graham gets the actual 'art prints' later this week. He was content enough to use the files he asked me to make...the ones you saw and hated. These pieces took longer to get to him than usual...primarily because this is a new printing process Ive never used before: it took us running into a few walls before we got it right. It will be a true 'fine art' print...and I never knew it took so much to reproduce a painting in true-color format by way of old-school plate printing. Also, I was sidetracked by preparing for and attending a little thing called Flatstock, organizing and carrying out the BTS project, and dealing with a personal issue that some of you know about. Sorry Im slightly 'behind scheduele'...
Pardon me...
  2003-09-10 22:18:35
comptonSend compton a message :   uh! no apologies!
:)
where are these "special places"?
  2003-09-10 22:09:46
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Why you double-crossing...
Seriously, though...Graham asked me for a file done up in tabloid proportions to advertise the show widely. The fine-art pieces will be used for special areas. The 17x11 copies of this file that I prepared for them certainly dont have 'pop' in a dark, smoky Emo's. Hold your horses...you'll see the big-ones from Graham any day now.
Then, you can apologize to me, lady.
:wink:
  2003-09-10 22:06:53
comptonSend compton a message :   okay yeah, but WHERE are the big ones. I didn't see a single one. Not even behind the glass at the side door.
i know i'm starting something here. :o
  2003-09-10 22:06:49
UnitusSend Unitus a message :   when i do screened posters, i also provide the promoter with either a b&w version (so he can make as many xeroxes as he wants) or some color copies, since the screenprinted run is a (relatively) small quantity-and more expensive to produce.
perhaps what you saw compton was something like that?
  2003-09-10 22:04:03
comptonSend compton a message :   okay.
i'm sorry for what i'm about to say. I truly love you jermaine, BUT.
I saw Clutch at Emo's the other night and i saw this and the other Mogwai poster at the club. HOWEVER...they were color photocopied on 11x17 pieces of paper. Both posters on one page. I couldn't read the text AT ALL. all I saw was a picture of van gogh and a skeleton. i thought they were suppose to "measure 24x18 inches each, offset 'plate' printed on 100 lb. gallery cardstock..." as you said in a previous comment.
i truly don't mean to degrade the poster, but heck, if i were someone who was not a frequenter of gp.com, i would NOT have known that they were posters for mogwai.
did you send the bigger size posters and emo's just not put them up?
please dont hate me. :|
  2003-09-10 22:00:05
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   Here, there, everywhere...but mainly wallowing in self-pity. It's all in my weblog! :oops:
:D
  2003-08-25 13:16:48
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Thanks Negro. Where have you been?   2003-08-24 22:19:08
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   Seriously good, man. :clap:   2003-08-24 17:40:33
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Actually he's sucking on his tongue. Vangogh's teeth in this image are the sly incorrect feature of this painting. I painted him WITH a full set of teeth: by this time in his life, many of his teeth had fallen out due to poor upkeep of his heath, alcohol, and absinthe.   2003-08-24 13:28:39
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   is he sucking on a certs?   2003-08-22 22:44:13
standardSend standard a message :   oh, look! blood!   2003-08-22 14:16:32
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   first thing i noticed jermaine. you gotta be an idiot not understand that.   2003-08-22 14:12:43
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   bryan- im glad you see its blood. One person told me that for several minutes, they wondered about all the red smudges on the artwork. :o   2003-08-22 14:02:59
schizoSend schizo a message :   Hey, how could you use white man! Real painters don't use white... They use jerk-moist...
Serious though, Jermaine this is cool!
  2003-08-22 09:24:24
BryanSend Bryan a message :   I love the blood on the shoulder. Great work Jermaine. Maybe your best painting that I've seen.   2003-08-21 21:10:01
Zach HobbsSend Zach Hobbs a message :   In an unrelated note, CoasttoCoast always puts these terrible paintings of ufo's, chupacabras, and yeti. it's great. so is this. great. :mrgreen:   2003-08-21 19:12:42
Michael M. MotorcycleSend Michael M. Motorcycle a message :   Heh heh. I was just playing with you. Experiment away. :D I actually enjoyed our discussions a few weeks ago. I love talking about painting.   2003-08-21 17:56:36
lureSend lure a message :   these are great, jermaine! And what a great line up. we caught the octopus project while we were there for flatstock 2--great show.   2003-08-21 16:53:23
KurtSend Kurt a message :   This man looks a lot like me, keep your eyes open.
Nice painting Jermaine.
  2003-08-21 10:32:37
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Michael- I did these 2 paintings after all the talk on gp.com about painting a few weeks ago. When I started painting posters about a year and a half ago, I was dead in the middle of 'experimenting'. Posters like the Breeders 'bears', Coldplay, and the Modest Mouse were periods of me just starting to paint on a blank canvas and an idea and seeing what came out. After the last painted poster, I realized that most people in the poster world, including many collectors, hadnt seen me paint in a 'classic' style: their entire knowledge of my painting is based on the experimental stuff. So, when I got the job to do posters for this amazing 2 night show, I painted these 2 (this one, and its 'skull' companion)...no blacks or whites, plenty of glazes (50 or so on this particular one) and all clean and 'correct'. This particular painting was painted while listening to Mogwai's 'Happy Songs For Happy People' cd. It was around the 3rd track that this 'image' really started to be sketched out.
Now, I may return to my experimenting...perhaps a painting in various shades of 'black'?
  2003-08-21 10:25:48
er code blueSend er code blue a message :   This Jermaine guy might have a future in posters.   2003-08-21 09:03:32
uncle charlieSend uncle charlie a message :   Is this Don Imus?   2003-08-21 08:26:58
Michael M. MotorcycleSend Michael M. Motorcycle a message :   This one kicks ass over that one with all of the black. :wink:   2003-08-21 06:29:26
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   I bet he sells those paintings for what he asks. I wish my paintings sold for $3900. I could quit my fucking day job.   2003-08-20 23:44:12
kozikSend kozik a message :   he rules...coast to coast has his shit up.   2003-08-20 23:42:06
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   'this guy is way better
http://www.biznet1.com/tedjeczalik/2000-2009/index.html'
:lol: Howd you find that link?
Max- the text on this is hand-done. Both of these will measure 24x18 inches each, offset 'plate' printed on 100 lb. gallery cardstock...
  2003-08-20 23:39:02
kozikSend kozik a message :   this guy is way better
http://www.biznet1.com/tedjeczalik/2000-2009/index.html
  2003-08-20 23:34:17
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Is the text hand painted? It looks like it.   2003-08-20 23:30:56
kozikSend kozik a message :   you sir, are no art chantry.   2003-08-20 23:29:57
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