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O Patro Vys
2004-08-31 20:58:35
Secret Mommy
Des Cailloux Et Du Carbone

Tinkertoy Poster - O Patro Vys, Montreal - Breeree

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phoondaddySend phoondaddy a message :   Likey!   2005-11-23 10:09:33
rockologistSend rockologist a message :   after reading this again, much later, i can say even more, that this TOTALLY stands on it's own, as does the rest of brereee's stuff. i think the comparisons are silly.   2005-11-23 10:06:44
LeiaSend Leia a message :   Randomized-- I never saw this one the first time around, and I definitely didn't think this was a seripop poster when I saw the thumbnail... Those stinky feet are bitchin!   2005-07-20 10:16:40
most_ghostSend most_ghost a message :   I like drawing circles. I hope thats ok   2005-06-25 05:52:12
Dance PartySend Dance Party a message :   i still love this. fuck the constructive haters.   2005-06-24 16:07:50
rockologistSend rockologist a message :   "although I think lots of us have been drawing circles inside circles for a while. " i love drawing circles in circles. squares in squares, too. and lines. lots of lines. those are fun.   2005-06-24 15:43:44
Ruthless CowSend Ruthless Cow a message :   Very nice work.   2004-09-02 14:03:01
breereeSend breeree a message :   No, I am not going. Next time ... !   2004-09-02 06:22:56
HelterSend Helter a message :   btw, are you going to FS and will you have some of these?   2004-09-02 00:41:16
HelterSend Helter a message :   I saw this a few days ago and it didn't make me think of Seripop. I like both directions but this feels distinct. This has a softer, meditative quality, whereas Seripop's stuff is more energetic and profuse. Here, because you're 'looking down at your feet', it feels organic and grounded. Seripop stuff, to my eyes and to generalize but what the hey, tries to get away from that linear sightline, is more disruptive and abstract.   2004-09-02 00:38:40
Dance PartySend Dance Party a message :   not so seripop. i think this is rad.   2004-09-01 22:53:33
ferg2001Send ferg2001 a message :   yup.
but the intent here is clear. and that's not a bad thing.
  2004-09-01 08:35:41
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   There's a school of great, crazy French silkscreeners that share a lot of traits w/ Seripop...Caroline Sury is one.   2004-09-01 07:22:37
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   I agree with DSPRING...look up some 50's thru early 70's french poster artist...and you can find stuff like this...I have also seen this style in TV commercials and that seripop did not do...this in no way takes away from the great work they have done but just points out no one owns a style...that is why it pays to have a range of them that you can move around as the solution calls for. nice poster by the way.   2004-09-01 07:09:37
breereeSend breeree a message :   Well, I won't deny that the conversation about color went like this:
"well, what, color like seripop?" "Sure."
No question there's a little bit of a homage there. But I am trying to do something really different each time; I'm still learning how to hold the goddamn squeegee right.
If you want even more of a blatant "homage", check this guy's stuff out:
although I think lots of us have been drawing circles inside circles for a while.
thanks for the comments though!
  2004-09-01 07:05:18
dspringSend dspring a message :   I like this poster and I like some Seripop stuff as well. However I do not think that every crudely drawn, brightly coloured, squiggly poster is a seripop rip. Is every black and white clip collage a Tooth rip? Is every skull a Gaither/Fisher rip? Every time a cartoon is used does everyone scream Kozik? no... I am sure seripop will be the first to admit they did not create their style out of the blue, but were influenced, why can't others be influenced as well? either by the same artists or by seripop without everyone crying foul? MHO :roll:   2004-09-01 07:04:44
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   You gotta start somewhere. If they are smart they'll mutate quickly once they get in a groove.   2004-09-01 06:23:45
GrzecaSend Grzeca a message :   The linedrawing of the feet is my favorite part of this piece. It will be interesting to see stylistically where this artist's posters are once more are under his/her belt as they figure out the direction they want to go. Posters are really good ways to try out ideas. Imitation is not just flattery, its also a way to learn.   2004-09-01 06:22:46
philaarts.comSend a message :   style doesnt = theft
many posters on this site look like a particular style that you might equate with a particular artist.
  2004-09-01 06:15:55
ShawnySend Shawny a message :   frida meets the seripopsters...   2004-09-01 05:09:58
8ballSend 8ball a message :   actually, this makes more sense then any seripop poster I've seen on the site...
It's almost a step-up....seripops artwork with readable info...I'm hooked...
  2004-09-01 03:32:07
edSend ed a message :   i like this   2004-09-01 03:28:54
8ballSend 8ball a message :   Backlash.
  2004-09-01 03:06:13
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   You are obviuosly having an impact on other artists in your area. That rules. You should be proud.   2004-09-01 02:13:54
Bryan MoatsSend Bryan Moats a message :   "yeah - it's a real nice poster done in someone elses style. that other person being seripop."
True dat.
  2004-09-01 02:01:43
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   yeah - it's a real nice poster done in someone elses style. that other person being seripop.
he or she's other posters dont really reflect an evolution towards this direction at all. seems (and this is the kindest way of putting it) a total homage.
when you are as original and successful as seripop - this is kinda hard to overlook.
  2004-08-31 23:31:16
Bryan MoatsSend Bryan Moats a message :   Doesn't come off as straight up imitation, but the likeness is most certainly there. I think it's pretty solid. Stinky feet.   2004-08-31 23:26:33
ferg2001Send ferg2001 a message :   snagglepop   2004-08-31 23:16:56
guyburSend guybur a message :   I didn't want to assume Seri's icon intent. Are you feeling that 'imitation/flattery' sensation or something more along the lines of a sigh and a shrug?   2004-08-31 22:37:58
GrzecaSend Grzeca a message :   as if out of a dream , uh.   2004-08-31 22:31:51
guyburSend guybur a message :   that does look...familiar   2004-08-31 22:30:46
seripopSend seripop a message :   :-?   2004-08-31 22:14:52
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