i met bryce in his nashville studio a while back. he does absolutely beautiful posters (and other stuff, too). but his posters are actually pretty different from the bulk of the posters here in that they are all LETTERPRESS!!
so, his posters may look wonderful, but they are a whole lot more wonderful than you'd guess.
these things reminds me of what paula scher said about my metal poster with thew bullet holes in it and the plastic vacuum-formed poster for an art show. they were my entries to the colorado poster biennial and shwe was the 'judge'.
she said they weren't posters. she didn't know what the hell they were, but they weren't posters.
emek may easily run into some resistance out there pushing the boundaries like this.
i figgered that if you're going to print a poster on a record, there ought to be some decent records tossed in. i even printed on a vintage copy of the very first pressing of the sonics "here are the sonics" lp. that's worth some serious scratch. i wonder where it ended up?
you should get clay to correct that info section. i don't know why i put seattle in there. but it resulted in you stepping up with some usefull (cxorrected) information. so, it was for the best, i guess.