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Chris Williams  
Ncssm Assembly Hall
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2007-10-13 21:31:58
Maple Stave
Red Collar

Maple Stave Poster - Ncssm Assembly Hall, Durham - Chris Williams

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TenebriniSend Tenebrini a message :   Cool idea but I'm in agreement about the missed mark on execution.   2007-10-16 13:02:21
perkinsSend perkins a message :   I like it.   2007-10-16 13:00:01
DRGSend DRG a message :   I have a friend from Chicago in a band called Textbook - is he playing this gig? I like the idea, so good work on trying out something a little different, just could have been executed a little better...   2007-10-16 12:08:50
deforgeoSend deforgeo a message :   I think this would work better if the "book" element of the design was at least more incorporated into the poster. Having the poster say "TEXTBOOK" right down the middle is particularly distracting. It's in larger type than the actual band and show information, and it solely serves as - an explanation to viewers who don't know what they're looking at?   2007-10-16 11:52:05
AsbestosPressSend AsbestosPress a message :   I don't think this is lame at all. This is an interesting and different approach to advertising for a show.   2007-10-16 11:47:12
GregorySend Gregory a message :   no - this idea is pretty lame - i guess it would be nice to see "the poster (have) a purpose after its special purpose" - but this layout is detracting from its main purpose of promoting bands -   2007-10-16 05:54:39
criminaldesignSend criminaldesign a message :   agree, still great idea. gives the poster a purpose after its special purpose.   2007-10-15 14:31:56
passwordSend password a message :   i like it, but would like it more without "TEXTBOOK" in the middle.   2007-10-14 14:20:54
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