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Tel Aviv
EMEKSend EMEK a message
2007-04-25 14:44:17
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Melvins Poster - Barby, Tel Aviv - Emek

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satcongSend satcong a message :   I feel privileged to have this in my EMEK collection.   2008-05-04 01:45:06
RobSend Rob a message :   email sent.
  2007-04-30 13:00:11
RobSend Rob a message :   God's chosen Melvins poster.
  2007-04-30 07:57:47
MrBlonde7Send MrBlonde7 a message :   After a show, Buzzo dressed up in a clown suit and made me touch him places. I swear.   2007-04-28 22:48:24
getoutoftheleftlaneSend getoutoftheleftlane a message :   will that get you get wacked by an orc?   2007-04-28 16:11:30
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   nor white hands in Middle Earth.   2007-04-28 16:03:48
getoutoftheleftlaneSend getoutoftheleftlane a message :   yes, no red hands in ireland. and no black hands in italy. i tell ya, it might be easier to stay away from colored hands altogether. well, this works, though.   2007-04-28 15:52:58
piemelSend piemel a message :   daYUM! Now this poster rocks my world. I agree with everything John A said. Great great great poster.
If you ever do a poster for a Belfast show please do not use a red hand... your house will be fire bombed.
Damn this is a nice poster
Too bad I haven't been able go to Israel for a while now... would have loved to be able to walk on Allenby Street and look for this poster hanging in some funky shop.
nice stuff
  2007-04-28 13:07:51
er code blueSend er code blue a message :   Good stuff   2007-04-27 10:01:54
Artillery MediaSend Artillery Media a message :   sweeeeet   2007-04-27 09:38:26
JohnnyThiefSend JohnnyThief a message :   ow sold out are these?   2007-04-27 07:29:02
SashSend Sash a message :   sweet mystic illo. what medium is it drawn in?   2007-04-26 10:48:08
robertmethaneSend robertmethane a message :   Very nicely done!   2007-04-26 07:21:44
philaarts.comSend a message :   yeah, on ebeans they are talking shit about buzzo...   2007-04-26 06:51:32
adam swinbourneSend adam swinbourne a message :   great hand/eye coordination....the opposable thumbs are a nice touch, too.   2007-04-26 00:49:01
John ASend John A a message :   somehow I knew you'd get this Tel Aviv gig Emek. Fine fucking job man, one of my favorites for sure. concept, execution, BAM. Plus all the collector dorks who hate the Melvins will eat this up as well. BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAAAAA   2007-04-25 22:32:59
bicyclejoeSend bicyclejoe a message :   Absolutely incredible!   2007-04-25 22:07:38
VonDadaSend VonDada a message :   Beauty.   2007-04-25 19:28:44
macc5Send macc5 a message :   nice!   2007-04-25 17:20:50
perkinsSend perkins a message :   That's a strong graphic   2007-04-25 16:36:16
philaarts.comSend a message :   i grew up in a jewish house.   2007-04-25 16:23:48
getoutoftheleftlaneSend getoutoftheleftlane a message :   good stuff   2007-04-25 16:10:36
dougrSend dougr a message :   BEAUTIFUL   2007-04-25 16:07:27
EMEKSend EMEK a message :   The Chamsa, hand of G-D, the Evil Eye Talisman, an ancient symbol of the middle east region, still used to this day by both sides of the conflict as protection from Evil... now punkrockified.
In recent years activists for Middle East peace have chosen to wear the hamsa as a symbol of the similarities of origins and tradition between the Islamic and Jewish faiths- a very controversial idea to many of the older generation.
text reads: For the First time in Israel, friday night in Tel Aviv at Club Barby the Melvins (and some other "stuff")
13" x 23" silver ink and colors balck paper
The Hamsa or Khamsa -literally "five" in Hebrew. An alternative Islamic name for this charm is the Hand of Fatima or Eye of Fatima, in reference to Fatima Zahra, the daughter of Muhammed. An alternative Jewish name for it is the Hand of Miriam, in reference to Miriam, the sister of Moses and Aaron as well as the Hamesh Hand. It serves as an ancient talismanic way of averting and getting protection from the evil eye, or more generally of providing a "protecting hand" or the "Hand of G-d". It appears, often in stylised form, as a hand with three fingers raised, and sometimes with two thumbs arranged symmetrically. The symbol is used in amulets, charms, jewelry, door entrances, cars, and other places to ward the evil eye. Some sources link the significance of the five fingers to the five books of the Torah, part of the Jewish Tanach, or to the Five Pillars of Islam, the core principles of Sunni Islamic faith. This significance may have been attributed after the fact, as considerable archaeological evidence suggests that the hamsa hand predates both religions. ...and can now be found at punk clubs and dorm walls as well..
  2007-04-25 16:03:22
thenailmcSend thenailmc a message :   Awesome.   2007-04-25 16:03:13
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