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DESIGNER:
Aegrisomnia Design  
VENUE:
Henry Fonda Theatre
Hollywood
CA
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Aegrisomnia Design  
2005-11-02 14:42:57
 
BANDS:
Mae
Circa Survive
Mute Math



Mae Poster - Henry Fonda Theatre, Hollywood - Aegrisomnia Design



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j.w.Send j.w. a message :   Nice poster.   2005-11-13 12:06:52
marksbrinnSend marksbrinn a message :   yeah, the yellows hard to read, maybe you should have made your website yellow, and the bands blue... then it wouldn't matter that it's so big. Nice illo and color choice, but where's the "k"?   2005-11-12 16:00:53
stargrazerSend stargrazer a message :   I don't agree that the designer credit is off balance. Perhaps true the credit itself should be more subtle (or even non-existant), but it balances quite well with the cowboy's right hand. I think folks are smelling a tiny ooze of blood and going into a frenzy of criticism that isn't necessarily warranted.
Just so happens this is a pretty strong poster -- iconic, well placed, cleverly executed through color, without any hard contour outlines. It does it's job and it does it well.
My own quibbles are with color selection for some of the text...sure, there's always something to critique. Other than that I like it!
  2005-11-08 00:35:14
Zach HobbsSend Zach Hobbs a message :   I BLAME DUSTY!!!!
I DO love CMYK. I would like to see a woman on the horse too.
  2005-11-04 10:35:50
StevowaffleSend Stevowaffle a message :   youve got this centered imagery, and then that last credit (to yourself) is way off balance... not just in size but its off to the right? Zach be correct on this one. You are getting a lot of comments however because it did catch eyes, so keep at it.   2005-11-04 09:09:22
ian92484Send ian92484 a message :   this is the first time we ever had the name of the company that big. but come on guys...clearly the poster artist is more important than the supporting acts. everyone HERE should know that.   2005-11-03 19:04:56
danielpwilliamsSend danielpwilliams a message :   I really didn't think the poster is that spectacular. The illustration seems almost incomplete. . . sort of quickly thrown together. The frames seem pretty heavy too. Oh, multiply multiply.   2005-11-03 18:49:44
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   [NYaccent]It's friggin' HUGE!![/NYaccent]   2005-11-03 16:36:31
Zach HobbsSend Zach Hobbs a message :   I can handle it when the poster is really good. I guess seeing a website forr an artist on a poster for a band seems like a conflict of interest.
and i'm not opening a can of worms here. just fishin :wink:
  2005-11-03 16:33:19
Michael ApparatusSend Michael Apparatus a message :   Kids love birds.   2005-11-03 16:30:12
Dusty!Send Dusty! a message :   why even bother with the bird?   2005-11-03 16:29:26
Michael ApparatusSend Michael Apparatus a message :   We stop putting band names on our posters. It's just AESTHETIC APPARATUS. And a bird or some other random animal.   2005-11-03 16:26:18
Zach HobbsSend Zach Hobbs a message :   poster credits are my biggest diss on a lot of posters. I HATE it when it's so huge you can see it onscreen.
meh.
  2005-11-03 16:21:55
Dusty!Send Dusty! a message :   the poster credit is almost bigger than the supporting acts.   2005-11-03 16:19:55
bwhitlaSend bwhitla a message :   what a great, pleasant poster   2005-11-03 16:13:58
danielpwilliamsSend danielpwilliams a message :   I missed this show. Depressing.   2005-11-02 22:46:10
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