thanks for the nice words, i'm trying to do less posters that have a billion things going on in them at once. just like one main image and stuff. this one is a two color being printed by steve at D&L screenprinting
thanks for the nice comments
these were printed by D&L Screenprinting out of seattle.
there are a few accidental homages to 2 other posters i like on this site, patent pending's shins http://www.gigposters.com/posters.php?poster=25653 and ron liberti's torch marauder http://www.gigposters.com/posters.php?poster=27679
sorry about that dudes, it was an accident, honest.
dan and dave, i'm sending those posters soon as i get this one back from the printer. promise.
mike, i hear where you're coming from but i also think (and if i'm wrong lemme know) that you're coming at it from an illustrators point of view. some designers probably feel the same protective ownership way about their designs that an illustrator feels about their work. right or wrong, that's how i think they see it. so when someone lifts heavily from their design and just drops it on something else, regardless of the imagery it uses, they consider it theft of design, idea theft. such as this poster. changing names, thats it. looks identical to the original poster.
that's where i think they're coming from, i know you think its a grey area, and it may be, but stealing design is akin to stealing illustrations in certain circles. secret circles. freemasons even.
just my thoughts. i also think its funny when someone thinks the more comments on a poster the better it is. they don't realize these are just another offshoot of the forums.
right on, you know i love ya, off to the airport to pick up my wife and baby girl :D