Ok monkeys here's the deal. Due to demand I am seriously looking into producing this as a screenprint, hopefully with the skulls and small type (and maybe even the glass) converted to a spot varnish. I will only be doing a run of 100/200 but I need to get some serious pre orders, expressions of interest before it will happen. So if you are keen email me on email@example.com. This will be considered as a sort of "first come first served" list. All those who have emailed me already I will write back and give them the option of being at the top of this list.
Again I have been like totally shaolin monk humbled by this and want to thank everyone for their support (cue Oscar wrap up music), this is the best community to be a part of. Thanks. I told myself I wouldn't cry "sniff" :cry:
Just for the record. This poster
measures 19 & a half by 13 & a half inchs. On 100lb paper. Offset print.
Ltd ED of 400. Artist Rhys Cooper.
Published by Beyond The Pale posters. Melbourne OZ.
Oh and by the way! both gigs this
poster advertised were amazing.
His backing band created a wave of sonic oblivion, hats off to them. & Marks voice, well nuff said!!
John. Beyond The Pale posters OZ
this would ROCK as a silkscreen
hell, splurge on sweet looking black paper (I guess?)...
make it an artsy print by getting rid of the website stuff on the bottom and side and I'll buy ten
make it so!
chop chop :)
seriously this poster is amazing... I ahevnt been this excited for a long time about a gig poster.
I'd help finance it if money was an issue... I REALLY REALLY would like to see a silkscreen of this poster
We had a stand at Flatstock 5 in Seattle showing off some of the best Aussie poster artists work.
Apart from Canadians I think we were the only non US stand there.
It's a long way to fly but worth it to show the locals what we're doing here in OZ. I met some cool folks as well. Cheers John Harris
BEYOND THE PALE posters, OZ.
BTW Rhys has done several other cool posters for BEYOND THE PALE.
Wow! I am truly humbled by this and it was unexpected. What a way to wrap up a great week. Both of Mark's shows were amazing (as I thought they would be) and doing this poster was so much fun. It was originally planned to be screened and came out slightly darker than the jpeg. I agree with guy and tried to keep all other type to a minimum so as not to distract from the image. I actually received one of Guy's Mark posters two weeks ago. I love it. Sorry about the website, been having problems getting it going but it should be working soon.
you can email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks again guys
That's very nice. Hard to read at first but inventive. I would like it to be a very large print. The tag at the bottom could go away or just be minimal, just to leave the greater image alone to be as cool as it is.