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DESIGNER:
Tenebrini  
VENUE:
Lees Liquor Bar
Minneapolis
MN
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Cerdo  
2003-09-30 09:29:56
 
BANDS:
Accident Clearing House
Ol Yeller
Ashtray Hearts



Accident Clearing House Poster - Lees Liquor Bar, Minneapolis - Tenebrini



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criminaldesignSend criminaldesign a message :   like it   2006-10-12 11:19:32
Jerry ClayworthSend Jerry Clayworth a message :   Very nice~ I love the simplicity of the woodblock type (I agree -- very few non-artists would know/care that they're Adobe).... Very "Ryman"!   2004-05-25 17:31:32
lil_tuffySend lil_tuffy a message :   Gink is right. I'm probably being overly critical.
Regardless.... I like the poster a lot.
  2003-10-03 01:08:17
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   The last time they did the Heartbreak & Harmony showcase deal, Hatch Show Print did the poster. I got one.   2003-10-02 23:06:18
TenebriniSend Tenebrini a message :   Given the amount of time I had to do this, I'm pleased with how it turned out. It was an adventure. They look WAY cooler in person. The client loved them. Saying "These are WAY cooler than I expected." :mrgreen:   2003-10-02 22:53:37
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   I didn't even know Steve did this. I heard about it after the fact. It was a rush job, he didn't even call me or Nate, he designed it and printed it himself that evening.
I think he did a fine job.
  2003-10-02 22:17:52
DaveGinkSend DaveGink a message :   I wouldn't sweat the Adobe Woodtype. I used them myself on my John Mayer poster. It was a quick solution to a rush job...in hindsight I probably should have taken a few extra minutes and found something else. BUT, remember... to other designers it may be immediately recognizable... but most of the general public would have no clue. And that's ultimately who matters right?   2003-10-02 22:08:33
TenebriniSend Tenebrini a message :   yeah... I was afraid of that.   2003-10-01 07:59:23
lil_tuffySend lil_tuffy a message :   THis is super awesome but I'm going to criticize this for something that I'm all too guilty of.. using adobe woodtype ornaments. it's too easily identified. like house fonts. it's so hard not to use them. so hard.   2003-10-01 01:41:21
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