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Ray Lamontagne Poster - Edgefield, Troutdale - Neal Williams
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Ryan Adams & The Shining Poster - 930 Club, Washington - Ivan Minsloff
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Home Poster - Home, Tel Aviv - Jewboy
stinkbaitSend stinkbait a message 2002-10-24 11:22:40
  rockologist+love of yannicks feet = homo footie love

Home Poster - Home, Tel Aviv - Jewboy
stinkbaitSend stinkbait a message 2002-10-24 10:27:46
  Looks like the short bus had a good night last night. this is the best comment:

"All of the empty space is meant to give a sense of relaxation and freedom. The cool green actually helps re-enforce this effect.

The main subject has just eaten a half bottle of pills and will be joining the dark lord soon. That's the ultimate freedom. The Red cats are her guide to the second plane of hell.

It's all very complicated I know, but if you look you'll see it all very clearly.

Thank you and..... thank you."


This is the worst:

"any poster that has to be explained and is illegible from 4 feet away isn't good."

Not true. Poster design is changing to where you don't have to have the information in your face. Good design draws the person into the poster to seek out what it's about. You think you could read the Fillmore era stuff from four feet away? You think Moscosco worried about legibility or explaining? Those posters are awesome and music fans will go to the shows regardless.

Why should you cater to the "common folk?" They aren't the only people going to the shows. Is there really an aversion to opening your mind and thinking about something...wanting to learn more about an object.

I ignore almost every plain B&W flyer with stacks of text because they all look like missing pet ads. Something like this would pop off a wall full of "common" posters. That in itself is a success.

Thursday Poster - Tour Poster - Derek Hess
stinkbaitSend stinkbait a message 2002-10-24 09:57:04
  I dig how the red forms a heart and the arrow. He's a great illustrator and his colour choice is always on. Why won't hess work on his type? All these years of interesting drawerings and he has nailed the type only a fraction of the time. That's just lazy.

Bob Mould Poster - House of Freaks
stinkbaitSend stinkbait a message 2002-10-23 22:58:48
  rich yer kidding right? Ever hear Husker Du? BTW yer web page has soem badass stuff on it. Especially like the valentines aids poster and smoking is love. too cool...

Home Poster - Home, Tel Aviv - Jewboy
stinkbaitSend stinkbait a message 2002-10-23 22:17:06
  jewboy hits it outta the park everytime they step up to the plate. awesome. dig the bottom right corner treatment.

Bonerama Poster - Tobacco Road, New York - Mark Cousin
stinkbaitSend stinkbait a message 2002-10-23 22:15:36
  bet this would be a nice screen print. Surprised I haven't seen this as a pink swords design. funny stuff that...

B.D.F. Poster - Acme Underground, NY - Joe Simko
stinkbaitSend stinkbait a message 2002-10-23 22:12:32
  what a badass illo. LOve the way thr teeth float. Sweet!

Bob Mould Poster - North Star Bar, Philadelphia - Factor27
stinkbaitSend stinkbait a message 2002-10-22 21:09:47
  We don't sleep and I'm fuckin' tired. There are actually two versions of this. One is more gold and the other more copper. don't actually have any metallic ink so faking it yielded some interesting colours. I'm going to bed now...

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