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Marco Benevento Poster - Highline Ballroom, New York City - Gregory J. Del Deo
(5)

Cantwell Gomez Jordan Poster - Nightlight, Chapel Hill - Ron Liberti
(2)

Gala Drop Poster - Almo2bar, Barcelona - Vasco Valentim
(2)

Golden Dawn Arkestra Poster - Justines, Austin - Mishka Westell
(1)

Summit Poster - Lemmons, St. Louis - Tony Klug
(1)

Guided By Voices Poster - Regency Ballroom, San Francisco - Jeff Boozer
(1)

Queens Of The Stone Age Poster - The Filmore, Detroit - Jeral Tidwell
(1)



Modest Mouse Poster - Unknown - Jeff Kleinsmith
dspringSend dspring a message 2003-07-16 08:47:59
  My opinion on this poster is similiar to Jeff's, I see two large blocks of colour and some text. Very appealling colours but all the same. Art I agree with your "subconscious" aesthetic and compostition theory. But what I hold all of these posters on this site and that I see to, is the fact that they are disposable art, meant to promote 1 show, relay the facts, hopefully relate to the band/bands somehow (either blatantly or subtely) and then they are done. Yes it helps if they are beautiful, or cool looking but going too deep into a poster is like overdesigning a beer bottle cap, in the end it is not important enough. Some people on this site have the ability to consistently produce thought provoking, visually appealing work, but I think that is pure talent and deductive ability, not them sitting around actively trying to propagate some bizarre artistic theories in their work. I like to believe it just flows from some and doesn't from others.

Downbelows Poster - Kathedral, Toronto - Dan Springer
dspringSend dspring a message 2003-07-16 01:28:44
  getting randomized is like seeing an old friend, makes ya feel all warm and fuzzy inside

Dirty Doctors 2600 Poster - Obriens, Allston - Mattley Mountain
dspringSend dspring a message 2003-07-16 00:43:14
  Blammo!! Exploding heads are always fun.

Alter Boys Poster - Rays Downtown, West Palm Beach - Eric Ridgemont
dspringSend dspring a message 2003-07-16 00:37:13
  I would have never guessed that, interesting...that was quite awhile ago, no?

Soviettes Poster - Triple Rock Social Club, Minneapolis - DWITT
dspringSend dspring a message 2003-07-16 00:23:22
  nice colour choice Dwitt, gives it a nice feel, great lettering too :D

My Morning Jacket Poster - All Ears, Bloomington - Jonathan Richardson
dspringSend dspring a message 2003-07-16 00:21:56
  this is nice, like the colours, the off registration and the knockout white type, font is a little eh...

Alter Boys Poster - Rays Downtown, West Palm Beach - Eric Ridgemont
dspringSend dspring a message 2003-07-16 00:20:07
  is that eagle form Ernie Ball bass strings?

Drawing A Blank Poster - Joes, Chicago - Mike Thompson
dspringSend dspring a message 2003-07-16 00:17:03
  Ha! I like the layout....FUCK! (the kid made me say that)

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