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DESIGNER:
Wah Gams  
VENUE:
Rockstar
Brooklyn
NY
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Wah Gams  
2004-08-04 14:40:20
 
BANDS:
Grand Gams, The



Grand Gams Poster - Rockstar, Brooklyn - Wah Gams



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standardSend standard a message :   this makes me want to cry.   2005-01-24 08:40:33
steve wSend steve w a message :   I just saw a Spy Vs. Spy Mountain Dew commercial!   2004-08-07 10:04:11
SashSend Sash a message :   digital Spy vs. Spy. works somehow.
would make a great computer game.
the orig. strip by Prohias rocked da house.
  2004-08-07 09:59:10
Pat. James LongoSend Pat. James Longo a message :   Wow, JC to Camden, tough move. Next stop Hell. hehehe Unfortunately the poster just made me think of all the reasons I hate Williamsburg and the "new" Brooklyn. All the "it's bad so it's good crap." Fake ol' man bars with DJs playing songs by Bread. HOHOHO that is so funny. I always thought it would be funny if my Dad and all his trucker buddies smacked the hats of the heads of all the skinny ass poseurs.
It's actually comforting to know that you are not an artist but just a guy in a band who made a poster to get people to his show. In that case great job and keep it up. You will get better.
Jersey born and bred and I have been in Hoboken since the 80's. I must say it seems that Hoboken has faired better than Brooklyn because the transformation was more gradual. Still the yuppies are so annoying.
  2004-08-05 12:13:15
Pat. James LongoSend Pat. James Longo a message :   Wow, JC to Camden, tough move. Next stop Hell. hehehe Unfortunately the poster just made me think of all the reasons I hate Williamsburg and the "new" Brooklyn. All the "it's bad so it's good crap." Fake ol' man bars with DJs playing songs by Bread. HOHOHO that is so funny. I always thought it would be funny if my Dad and all his trucker buddies smacked the hats of the heads of all the skinny ass poseurs.
It's actually comforting to know that you are not an artist but just a guy in a band who made a poster to get people to his show. In that case great job and keep it up. You will get better.
Jersey born and bred and I have been in Hoboken since the 80's. I must say it seems that Hoboken has faired better than Brooklyn because the transformation was more gradual. Still the yuppies are so annoying.
  2004-08-05 12:01:16
wahgamsSend wahgams a message :   in short, i in no way intend to say my short time in the area equates the resentment generated by watching positive diverse scenes devolve into a masked mediocre mish-mash of commercialism, and i've reread this post about 15 times, and keep coming back to it just to say, and appreciate the look and listen   2004-08-05 10:17:55
wahgamsSend wahgams a message :   continuin to look over the other art out here, i do indeed realize its way below this amazing stuff...   2004-08-05 09:56:42
wahgamsSend wahgams a message :   whoa... i must say i appreciate teh response. i don't live in brooklyn, don't give myself the title 'artist'. born and raised in jersey, living the past four in jersey city, witnessing the gentrifying effects and having recently left the northeast altogether. i used to bitch about it... but it goes on.
truthfully, Rockstar was the only place besides uncle joe's i could get a gig. i'm definitely not a designer either, just thought i'd throw it out on a whim, see if it got a response. and boy did it. if you wanna actually check out a couple of the tunes... check out www.thegrandgams.com.
waiting for them to gentrify camden too. :oops:
  2004-08-05 09:38:11
Pat. James LongoSend Pat. James Longo a message :   Pretty much ever pseudo artist loser/musician that ruined NYC's best little borough. I used to love going to Brooklyn especially Williamsburg now it is no different than dealing with the yuppies who took over Hoboken. If you think you are hip or you have to tell everyone you are hip most likely you are not. Lame art and unlistenable crap in bars that were created like a Bennigan's for the MTV kiddies is not for me. Hopefully like anything the cream will rise to the top. Unfortunately you can never get back what made those neighborhoods great; diversity.   2004-08-05 06:12:59
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   What are the other reasons?   2004-08-05 05:57:51
Pat. James LongoSend Pat. James Longo a message :   Another reason to hate the "new" Brooklyn.   2004-08-05 05:56:20
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