i legitimately thought that this was a fake, because of how amateur i thought it looked. It looked like a scotty c or the like...
oh, you can't be serious, I would have never have chosen that color green :P and yeah, I got to meet Cerdo at FS3, super nice, super talented! I was looking for you too DWITT "The Hitchcock of Black & White" posters.
the house, car and dog may be a comment about the american dream. The use, (over use) of an American Icon but in red (to make look evil) used to depict the evil lure of american capitalism to advance towards the american dream - I'm too tired to think right now, and its monday, give me a break.
damn... i didnt know it was such a touchy subject. i legitimately thought that this was a fake, because of how amateur i thought it looked. It looked like a scotty c or the like... everyone should just calm down... i wasnt trying to start any trouble
Hey Jeph :wink:
And Billy, you were incredibly cool with making amends on that comment.
I understand that comments get left often without much thought; I've done it. Fact is, people who have the power to hire artists DO come here and read the boards and comments.
I've been guilty of those comments and regret making them, especially since my rush to judgement turned out be wrong, as it is in this case as well. In hindsight, I can say that I wouldn't want something like that to be said about my work without proof either.
My point was in regards to people throwing out comments about posters being bootleg in an area where the comments are permanent. People, including bands and people looking to hire artists, come here and read these comments and the insinuation that a poster is a bootleg could leave a negative impression. It's unprofessional.
I could care less whether anyone likes the poster or not, or whether some of you think you could have done a better job.
Actually, this IS the "official" tour poster. It was printed here and shipped directly to the band.
I think folks on this board need to be a bit more careful about throwing out "bootleg" comments. It looks bad, especially when you're wrong.