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DESIGNER:
Seripop  
VENUE:
Studio Seven
Seattle
WA
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Seripop
2004-03-10 17:00:53
 
BANDS:
Daughters
Some Girls
Chinese Stars, The



Daughters Poster - Studio Seven, Seattle - Seripop



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whiteyhoustonSend whiteyhouston a message :   corn is no.1   2004-06-21 12:57:17
MeelooSend Meeloo a message :   fantastic   2004-03-12 07:06:58
Thee AlexSend Thee Alex a message :   S to the E to the Ripop.
This is Seripop.
  2004-03-11 11:14:21
Pat. James LongoSend Pat. James Longo a message :   This is wild. Stopped on three posters this morning all Serigaphie. I already knew I liked their stuff but these are incredible. Keep 'em comming.   2004-03-11 08:17:48
GrzecaSend Grzeca a message :   Word to yer motha.   2004-03-11 05:53:39
POESend POE a message :   So... Canada and the east coasts don't have enough venues for you guys? Now you are doing posters for Seattle, it is hard enough to get work in this city with Patent Pending around!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Love the work, I guess I just have to work harder.   2004-03-11 05:08:48
seripopSend seripop a message :   yep if u have more questions pm me   2004-03-10 23:44:08
Dance PartySend Dance Party a message :   im full of questions....so if i understand correctly, you draw on a normal sized peice of paper, blow it up, then oil it?   2004-03-10 23:41:41
seripopSend seripop a message :   for exposure weare hella ghetto and just use large photocopies and oil em so they are tranparent we don't work actual size.   2004-03-10 23:38:29
Dance PartySend Dance Party a message :   yes, thats what i was thinking about. do you ever use tracing paper to expose it onto your screen, or are you hardcore about transparency paper?   2004-03-10 23:33:33
seripopSend seripop a message :   tracing paper and/or light tables are the way to go to line stuff up we REALLY like our tracing paper   2004-03-10 23:22:27
Ron LibertiSend Ron Liberti a message :   by the way , i love the colors. i want to wear them AND eat them at the same time.   2004-03-10 23:22:26
Dance PartySend Dance Party a message :   hmmm, thanks. I've done one poster by hand, and some half computer and half by hand. I want to start doing more posters by hand, partly because i cant really do what i want as much with photoshop. what about lining things up, like on that last Emo's poster you did?   2004-03-10 23:19:40
Ron LibertiSend Ron Liberti a message :   Dover type sample books are my faves. i lucked out and found a Letroset sample book at a thrift store recently , it's deep , I'm set for a while.   2004-03-10 23:14:53
seripopSend seripop a message :   all our lettering is either drawn or, like in this case, photocopied and then cut and paste from type sample books   2004-03-10 23:11:21
Dance PartySend Dance Party a message :   what about some of your fonts? all by hand?   2004-03-10 23:09:44
nemotronSend nemotron a message :   done by HAND   2004-03-10 23:06:58
seripopSend seripop a message :   everything we do is done by hand   2004-03-10 23:04:16
Dance PartySend Dance Party a message :   nevermind, this is the seattle one. was this done by hand?   2004-03-10 23:02:48
seripopSend seripop a message :   12" x 18" 2 color screenprint 04   2004-03-10 22:59:17
seripopSend seripop a message :   12" x 18" 2 color screenprint 04   2004-03-10 22:59:12
modrocket10Send modrocket10 a message :   I'm happy....very happy.   2004-03-10 22:57:16
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