damn right you did. Now you don't get one. yougoing tonight? Jason and Paul will be there. I'm gettign ready to go to NYC to see that Lifter Puller show we did the poster for. Think it's the last show for Brownies then it's closing down.
Aw man that sucks. We just copied and pasted from the info sent to us. That's one of my main piss offs is bad info on a poster. The one Coop I have that isn't those very first flyers is for Pavement, Royal Trux and BIF. It's actually BIS and he printed like 600 or so of those. I always think "how'd he let that slip" but now I know. We really try to verify this crap too. Just didn' catch thisn' Thanks, Thanks alot
Shit, I pulled the sqeegee but they would look the same if I wasnt here to help. These Factor27 boyz don't give themselves enough credit. They turned out fucking great. I'm leaving Texas today, had a fucking blast, too bad I couldnt get over to Houston to run into that Jermaine guy, I'll see ya in San Fran. I just want to thank Jason, Paul and most of all Geoff for making my stay here the best it could be.
Printed these this weekend with BLT and they are badass I must say. Printing on vinyl records was easier than I expected but it was all because Brian was telling us what to do. We'll have some at Flatstock. You'll see...
Art is a huge influence on me you can see it in our Willie Nelson poster and here. I dig the challenge of taking influence and making it new. I also continuously look for new stuff to print on other than paper. Printing on vinyl was Paul's idea and he'd never seen the Mono Men piece. I had and said if we are going to do it it has to be for the right band or we are not adding anything to the original. DJ Spooky came along and was perfect. I'm glad you all caught that. And thanks again for the kind words.
This is a perfect example of Yes, Chantry did this, but NOT like this. This is perfect for a DJ. This IS what a DJ is. More than one person can do something and its NOT copycatting. The execution and the reasoning make this totally origina. Anybody get this?
I HATE when the entire post doesnt register! I was just saying that Chantry dd this...printing on records...and I remember it being pretty eye-catching. THIS is sweet because youre going a step further...the 'hand' and all that.
we got lucky. The pins we use to register fit perfectly in the vinyl hole. Should be cool. With Should being the key word. BLT printed a Mono Men poster for Art Chantry on records so I hope to pick his brain for guidance.
see rich for yeras I couldn't make all my prints land in the same spot... sure they wre all registered fine, but in their own place on the sheet... some more to the left...some more to the right... the key is cutting your paper nice and straight the first time. my friend Jim used to cut all his paper by hand with an exacto... hell that big mogwai we did... things's like 30 inches tall.... he cut em longways by hand... but that's why his work is so precise too. practice practice practice...
i'm drilling holes in a poster soon... someone suggested this:
take the dry posters...after printing... stack them very neatly... bind them tightly with clamps or straps between two pieces of masonite.... then just use a wood drill...