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My Morning Jacket Poster - Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheatre, Charlotte - Ivan Minsloff
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Ryan Adams & The Shining Poster - Tour Poster - Ivan Minsloff
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Amos Lee Poster - The Lawn At White River State Park, Indianapolis - Charles Crisler
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Gospel Gossip Poster - 7th St Entry, Minneapolis - Casey Deming
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My Morning Jacket Poster - The Fillmore, Detroit - James Flames
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Comettes Poster - Barboza, Seattle - Derek Vander Griend
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Band Of Horses Poster - The Troubadour, Los Angeles - Ivan Minsloff
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Ace Poster - RCKNDY, Seattle - Jeff Kleinsmith
MeelooSend Meeloo a message 2007-07-05 23:27:02
  I truly miss those threads.

Vaz Poster - Tüwi, Wien - Thomas Reitmayer
MeelooSend Meeloo a message 2007-06-11 15:52:06
  Really cool !

Unsane Poster - Launchpad, Albuquerque - Print Mafia
MeelooSend Meeloo a message 2007-06-10 15:06:02
  My comment was not especially directed to you.
I just wanted to point out that this posters is not using an erotic/pleasant imagery (like in a lot of the low brow aesthetic) but a shocking one.
It is not meant to please or satisfy the audience fantasy. It is meant to be offensive, disturbing.
It s about border lines, taboos and freedom of speech.

Unsane Poster - Launchpad, Albuquerque - Print Mafia
MeelooSend Meeloo a message 2007-06-10 12:29:58
  Shock value... this poster has nothing to do with the "women as sex object" debate. If you see it as a visual erotic stimulation, I guess you should consult a specialist.

Unsane Poster - Launchpad, Albuquerque - Print Mafia
MeelooSend Meeloo a message 2007-06-10 12:11:35
  From Wikepedia :
Épater la bourgeoisie or épater le bourgeois is a French phrase that became a rallying cry for the French Decadent poets of the late 19th century including Baudelaire and Rimbaud. It means to shock the middle-classes or to shock the middle-class respectively.

The Decadent artists as well as the Aesthetes in England, such as Oscar Wilde, sought to shock and dazzle the dull middle class. This celebration of "unhealthy" and "unnatural" devotion to life, art and excess has been a continuing cultural theme. Writers, musicians and celebrities as diverse as Charles Bukowski, Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Marilyn Manson, David Bowie, Diane Arbus, and Cindy Sherman have tried to challenge cultural mores and pretensions.

Unsane Poster - Launchpad, Albuquerque - Print Mafia
MeelooSend Meeloo a message 2007-06-09 04:12:26
  I guess this poster promotes erotic asphyxiation(asphyxiophilia, breath control play, or scarfing).
...reducing the amount of oxygen to the brain during sexual stimulation in order to heighten the received pleasure from orgasm.
It s all about love.

Protest The Hero Poster - Polish Hall, Oshawa - Michal Majewski
MeelooSend Meeloo a message 2007-06-08 15:10:29
  Superbe !

Legendary Klopeks Poster - The Dungeon, Oshawa - Michal Majewski
MeelooSend Meeloo a message 2007-06-08 15:07:03
  This is great !

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