phoodaddy- well i guess all those scratched up copies of sweatin' to the oldies shall be spared...
i know the complaint dept boys and i'm fairly certain that no 'good" records were sacraficed.
i'm betting dollars to doughnuts that they just grabbed stack out of the 4 for a buck pile at the salvation army.
I don't know what its like where you are from, but walk into any thrift shop then we can talk LPs.
The customer (RoughIdea) that commissioned this work wanted the ads printed on LPs because the artists on the bill all use LPs and record players creatively in their music. These printed records were actually used in some of the performances!
The hand bills for the show were printed on 45 sleeves with stencil and rubber stamps.
Yes that is Krylon Orange Popsicle. Good eye. You must spend a lot of time watching freight trains.
I'm never going to get the whole "printing-on-LPs" idea for gig posters....or for art in that matter..I mean, if you want your art on an LP, get the gig with a band...
Stencils ruin the vinyl it's printed on and therefore render it useless...WHAT ASSHOLE STARTED THIS TREND??!?