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DESIGNER:
Jermaine Rogers 
VENUE:
Verizon Wireless Theater
Houston
TX
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Jen 
2002-11-18 17:24:13
 
BANDS:
Coldplay
Richard Ashcroft



Coldplay Poster - Verizon Wireless Theater, Houston - Jermaine Rogers



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PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   Funny how much everyone's changed in 6 years!   2008-10-23 08:03:28
JohnnyThiefSend JohnnyThief a message :   Nice! Funny how much everyone's changed in 3 years!   2005-05-31 21:04:02
MURPHYSend MURPHY a message :   Thanx Rocko. I'm glad my superior humor is not completely wasted on a bunch of buffoons.   2003-07-25 16:27:33
uncle charlieSend uncle charlie a message :   Home > About ED > The sexual health quiz This quiz can help you figure out if you have erectile dysfunction (ED). (Learn how it works.) Be sure to take your results to your doctor. Only your doctor can decide if you have ED and if VIAGRA is right for you   2003-07-25 16:25:11
MURPHYSend MURPHY a message :   In that case I should clarify that your eye will not be a pure black. I'll punch you repeatedly to build up colors on each other to create an 'illusionary black'.   2003-07-25 16:23:45
rockologistSend rockologist a message :   ha ha! 'cos richie only has one eye. i get it. both of your comments were worthless. mine was necessary, to point that out.   2003-07-25 16:22:37
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   It's people like you that increase the comments on posters with bullshit worthless comments.
Sucker.
  2003-07-25 16:17:43
MURPHYSend MURPHY a message :   How about I come over there and blacken your eye?   2003-07-25 16:16:29
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Shut up stoner. Why don't you go suck on another joint.   2003-07-25 16:14:58
MURPHYSend MURPHY a message :   "I think the reason that these got so many posts is that unlike many of the "painted" posters on the site these were coming from someone who had just pulled a complete change of direction from his previous stuff and people were questioning it."
Ding! Ding ! Ding! We have a winner. And the rest of the comments were shit talking.
  2003-07-25 16:14:12
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   I think the reason that these got so many posts is that unlike many of the "painted" posters on the site these were coming from someone who had just pulled a complete change of direction from his previous stuff and people were questioning it.   2003-07-25 16:10:25
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   I don't need any points proven to me. You suck like this poster does.   2003-07-25 16:06:46
visionSend vision a message :   Im trying to prove a point. Thats one comment I gave the ARTWORK not just constant dwelling on the artist.   2003-07-25 16:06:08
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   †Eh, vision- short memory huh? vision 2002-11-24 13:01:30† I actually like this one. No one is doing anything like this at the moment. I think the text is handled quite well. But Im not an art expert so I guess my 'real people' opinion doesnt count.   2003-07-25 16:03:25
uncle charlieSend uncle charlie a message :   I think this is a fine poster. It's got that Polish theater poster vibe about it   2003-07-25 15:58:53
visionSend vision a message :   ?   2003-07-25 15:56:56
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Ah!!!! The Enchanted Forest. Just plain CREEPY!   2002-12-04 15:09:36
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   I like how it looks like its nestled deep in the woods. I have their website bookmarked. Id love to go there and play.   2002-12-04 15:08:43
mike kingSend mike king a message :   the enchanted forest is waiting for YOU! well not really, itís closed for the winter...but when the first buds of springtime appear(sometime in june)...the enchanted forest will wake from itís deathlike slumber and will be waiting for YOU!   2002-12-04 15:06:28
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Nooo Mike. I dont even USE that pen. Really. It sits on a curio shelf. That is special. I still want to go to that place so badly.   2002-12-04 15:00:35
mike kingSend mike king a message :   hey jermaine howís it going? pen working out ok?   2002-12-04 14:56:43
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   i heard you just traced everything...   2002-12-04 14:53:10
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Seriously. I cant.   2002-12-04 14:50:41
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Yea. And I cant paint, either.   2002-12-04 14:50:29
uncle charlieSend uncle charlie a message :   self promoting weasle   2002-12-04 14:48:58
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   you suck rogers!
  2002-12-04 14:48:10
JermaineSend Jermaine a message :   Thank you. These are indeed horrible specimens of 'poster design'. If youd like to view one up close, they can be purchased from JermaineRogers.com Holding one in your hands will clearly point out how badly this poster was done.   2002-12-04 14:42:41
DeckerSend Decker a message :   flip the pages with your toes   2002-11-25 14:36:10
JephSend Jeph a message :   Hey Decker that sounds interesting, but how will I hold the magazine? I NEED visual stimulation.   2002-11-25 14:35:17
dustin wallaceSend dustin wallace a message :   damn, dave, you crack my ass up...   2002-11-25 14:23:46
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   it was early in the am so im more lucid then...
now i can only begrudge that i honestly have never stuck a finger up my ass while masturbating...
  2002-11-25 14:22:07
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   For the record I never once bitched about the change. I applaud the change. I just really don't think that the total reinvention of Jermaine Rogres should happen over night.   2002-11-25 13:51:44
JGexSend JGex a message :   I love your candor, Decker! Get on down wif yer bad self... :o)   2002-11-25 12:54:39
DeckerSend Decker a message :   Ok- The painting itself detail or not is very stiking. It's very cool to see Jermaine or anyone set off on another path.He's done very well with the Bears and 72 and signature Jermaine work. Who are we to begrudge him pushing his work into new areas. The so called perameters of what is and what is not a "GIGPOSTER" has been hashed out in a too many forums to mention and will always fall subject to taste or lack there of. That is the greatest thing about doing posters. No art director and it can and often is shamelessly self serving. Like Kozik's toys this painting thing seems to be a new venture for Jermaine and will take time to perfect to his level of creativity and personal goals. Most of you motherfuckers that are bitching about "the change" probably haven't tried anything new since shoving a finger up your ass when you jerk off. Go on with your bad self Jermaine.
Acrylic is a medium of a thousand and one methods of execution. I'm not a big fan of thick and chunky wet on wet acrylic due to the mud trap. The paintings of Jermaine's I've seen so far have a level of muddiness to them.The eyes of this piece get very muddy and may have been better executed by layering the value without using black to retain the vibrant chromatic effect. Maybe this is his method and that's fine if it works for him. This is just my honest opinion.
  2002-11-25 12:11:33
dustin wallaceSend dustin wallace a message :   dave, did maureen write that last response for you? i know you're not capable of putting that many intelligent thoughts together... now gimme my nachos!   2002-11-25 11:15:33
copierSend copier a message :   Part of me agrees with Kozik and part of me disagrees. I think what Jermaine is doing lately is the start of something that really could be special but I disagree that his technique is so awful on this one. Kozik seems to be judging this poster by the standard of what a gigposter should look like- whatever that is. I think the technique is just fine right now. It catches my attention and says Coldplay to me in a new and interesting way. Are the people in this thread who are calling this poster amazing somehow wrong or faulty in their sense of art because they think this one is strong right now? So I agree and disagree with Kozik. I think the technique will grow and develop but I also think its very strong and effective right now.   2002-11-25 10:09:41
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   one thing i have to say is that IF jermaine kept on doing the "same thing" people would crack on him, ala coop hess and others who seem to keep the same along all fronts...
its easy to crit something new by an established artist.. as opposed to most posters that get overlooked, if you tag a poster kozik, jermaine, etc.. then the more closely it can be torn down.
i like the painting alot. how it transfers into a good gig poster? prehaps does it spark more sales of tix etc? the design experts make some great points.. so ill defer to them.
his talent in painting is putting himself "out there" and is cool for him to try other things.. would be easy just to do teddy bears the rest of his life. it takes balls to go from a "sure thing payday" to experiment and see where the chips fall.
id also like to mention ive been friends with jermaine since 1998, but perfer to now say jermaine is a choad.. just sounds cooler.
the proof wont be what we say here, but the general publics response.. as they are the people who these things end up affecting the most.
  2002-11-25 07:27:53
hypoSend hypo a message :   I've spent more time looking at this then any of his other pieces. Not to say I don't like the other style, but this is good. Real good.   2002-11-25 05:38:18
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   On a side note, some art college in san francisco is offering a course in "VISUAL CRITICISM" ???.Used to be the guys in art college who couldnt do decent stuff were the first to have an opinion on everyone elses. Now they can bypass having to do any design at all, and concentrate on how to really tear something apart, without fear of someone seeing their own shite. It kind of leaves the criticised without any ammo. I wonder if they go on field trips to the design studio in the college.?   2002-11-24 19:59:01
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   I dont doubt it, he has already proven himself to be unique and original. His older posters scream JERMAINE ROGERS. He achieved this through hand done type and instantly recognisable illustration. Through his own hand and line he defined himself. This is harder to do when taking a more traditional design approach with fonts and common design elements. a million different people are using the same letterforms and shapes in a million different ways. It takes a little more to make these your own and even more to use them in unique and original ways. Possibly jermaine has not experimented as much with using common design elements, as he has the ability to create his own?   2002-11-24 19:48:20
robschwagerSend robschwager a message :   Jerm is a smart cookie. I love talking to that guy. He gets me fired up.   2002-11-24 19:26:35
kozikSend kozik a message :   i understand where he is coming from on these pieces and it is very valid. his technique just needs to catch up to his ideas which are solid.
once he gets a better technique his work will be strong.
I have had many long conversations with Jermaine about what he wants to do youd be surprised at the depth of his planning...he just needs time to develop a good `hand`
  2002-11-24 19:23:22
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   Frank I agree on all counts too. Jermaine has proven himself to have a strong appeal in the poster arena, and has developed a very strong unique style. He's spent years perfecting it and has contributed to the 'standard' conception of what a gigposter is and how the status quo percieves one in the 21st century. That is no small feat. I also agree, that many famous designers (brody comes to mind) are forced to reinvent themselves after over- saturation or a certain high level of recognition. its natural. It doesnt make everyone happy but thats not really the point. Its harder for designers or illustrators who have through being unique, gained 'fans'. Specifically regarding this poster though, It seems in an effort to shake 'the trap he built ' for himself, hes trying to move too far away, too quickly from his past work. This to me seems harmful, I think there is a middle ground somewhere between his old style and his new. As I already stated, this poster is confusing as to what the message is, and that comes from lack of /or ignoring how design communicates, but combined with some of the (now) standard aesthetics of modern gigposters which he himself helped standardize I think his paintings could work just as well as his illustrations did. It just seems odd to completely disregard all the trial and error design he has obviously done, and not keep some (design) aspect that make a jermaine poster, a jermaine poster. Im sure his painting in a short time will become as definitive of his work as his illustration has, but by keeping some of the lettering styles, layouts etc. he's perfected, these posters would more easily communcate 'gigposter'. Idont know much about jermaine, this is just vague speculation and commentary on my part.   2002-11-24 19:17:36
sharpieSend sharpie a message :   Well whatever hes doing so wrong on this piece if he keeps it up he'll get more of my cash. I bought 2 of these. Funny that I love it for all the reasons that people give that its not effective.   2002-11-24 18:56:14
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   As per usual I agree with Frank. I am strongly considering doing an acrylic painting poster like this. I've had pretty good sucess with the watercolor ones.   2002-11-24 18:36:33
kozikSend kozik a message :   look I really love Jermaine, but this is not a very good piece and in no way works for a gig poster but he should follow his muse and enjow his life.
cause that is what it is about. he is loving painting so he should do it as much as he wants.
I think he has proven himself to have a strong appeal in the poster arena
now he wants something different.
he makes a good living from his work and so in my book he wins and he isa great guy in real life.
give him some time you may be surprised.
I give him total respect for steppping way out of the trap he built for himself with the bears. a lesser man would just become the bear king.
  2002-11-24 18:31:56
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   In my opinion form should follow function, but that all depends on what side of the fence you sit on. In terms of design, which is essentially problem solving first, and spacial relation which is aesthetics, this poster does not function well. While not advocating "following the rules", there are certain symbolisms and aesthetics which have become over time, intrinsically linked to a certain emotion, product, service etc. For instance, construction machinery is for the most part always black and yellow. These colours say danger, caution etc just as a wasps colours do in nature. To paint a bulldozer blue, while being aesthetically pleasing and original in terms of breaking the mould, it confuses the message. In design the pre-existing, sometimes ancient conceptions, colours or symbolism should be acknowledged and not ignored. Your job is already half done, as these pre-conceptions and visual links already exist in peoples minds. Before they read even one word, the form and stylistics should have already given the viewer an good idea what its all about. This goes for something as simple as a gigposter. This design creates confusion as it conjures, through its layout, typography and of course the painting, the preconcieved aesthethic of a gallery show announcement. While it works as a poster for a gig, it only works after ive read every word. My mind has already decided what it is, and not being of any interest to me, I would pass this by and probably miss the show. My point is that if you overlook the history and subtle consistencies of communicating a certain message, which is the essence of design, you can not communicate effectively, and thus renders the design ineffective. That said, each of the elements on this poster arranged differently could communicate the message effectively.   2002-11-24 18:24:52
Cody PomeroySend Cody Pomeroy a message :   it does have that "your name here" quality to it. The painting is amazing as far as paintings go, but yeh, yer right.   2002-11-24 15:37:16
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   It's not about the art first. There's a very important thing in designing anything called the gestalt principle. The sum of the parts is greater than the sum of the whole. If you remove a part the compostion becomes weaker. This poster lacks cohesion. It's plug and play. Insert band name here. Place image.
As far as what's a gigposter supposed to look like, ask Jermaine. His words not mine.
This is just a weak composition.
I consider Jermaine a friend, I'd like to add.
  2002-11-24 15:34:33
copierSend copier a message :   'Richie Goodtimes' I dont understand. Whats a gigposter suposed to look like? Of course its about the art first or else they wouldve put the text on a blank piece of paper. This site is all about the art first on some level.   2002-11-24 13:25:00
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Vision, your opinion counts as much as anybody elses. The idea that only artists/designers can crit or comment on work is rediculous. I'd actualy prefer the non artist/designers comment. Thats who these posters are supposed to reach.   2002-11-24 13:17:25
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   I know who this Cold Play band is becuase my girlfriend is all into them , even though I can't stand then, and this poster does seem to suit them...I respect that Jermaine's exploring new territory but his thing that 'it's not supposed to look like a gigposter' that piemel posted somewhere on here REALLY negates the validity of this poster as a gigposter. It's like all about his painting and the type looks like an after thought.   2002-11-24 13:11:53
Steve HSend Steve H a message :   i think it works, you see posters advertising art wxhibitions like this so why wouldn't it work for a gig? i have to admit that i don't think the painting itself is particularly brilliant, jermaine's illustration is his main strength, i don't think anyone would question that, but as far as this style of poster goes i don't think theres anything wrong with it at all and i'd like to see jermaine do more of it.   2002-11-24 13:06:33
visionSend vision a message :   I actually like this one. No one is doing anything like this at the moment. I think the text is handled quite well. But Im not an art expert so I guess my 'real people' opinion doesnt count.   2002-11-24 13:01:30
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   Unhappy.   2002-11-22 16:03:22
Darren GrealishSend Darren Grealish a message :   This doesn't shake me, jolt me, please me, move me or excite me. All the things I dig in art.   2002-11-22 15:54:40
jimboSend jimbo a message :   King Crimson?   2002-11-22 09:24:49
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   yeah, i think it was a designer 'inside joke' thing that jack summerford did to promote himself on a t-shirt at an aiga convention back in chicago. it wasn't a real ad at all, but a promo joke thirty years too late. but if it HAD been to promote helvitica back around the time it was released ('57?) it would have been a brilliant piece of typography. now, 30 years later, it's just clever. time marches on....   2002-11-22 08:27:29
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   F2guy - thats the one, thanks for the info. Does that mean though, that it had nothing to with promoting helvetica but instead was some designer "in-joke" thing?   2002-11-21 23:17:11
rotodesignSend rotodesign a message :   Separated at birth?
http://ubl.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover200/drc700/c732/c732668127f.jpg
  2002-11-21 19:56:04
Dirk FowlerSend Dirk Fowler a message :   Hynes, i know what you are talking about. I think it was actually done in the late seventies or early eighties. It was done by a pretty well known Dallas designer named Jack Summerford. He used to have it on t-shirts also. Just the word Helvetica in white inside a red box.   2002-11-21 17:07:53
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   Yeah it really was a fantastic idea. I cant seem to find it anywhere though. Anyone else know it? If anyone has it somewhere please post it I think its really worth seeing.   2002-11-21 16:05:59
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   i completely forgot about that ad. i t's a perfect example of what i'm talking about. thanks for reminding me of it!   2002-11-21 15:53:35
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   Art - I know what you mean, like the 'communication arts' of the 60's etc. Also I do appreciate the simple typographic wit of that stuff. Remember a poster advertising the arrival (or re-introduction) of Helvetica ? im not sure it was from that period but the poster was one word - hevetica, spelled out in times roman, the most commonly used face beforehand. Ingenius. It said such a huge amount without trying very hard. I'll try and find a picture of it.   2002-11-21 15:40:32
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   hynes - i think you may think i'm talking about 'type catalogs' like that letraset book you mentioned. i'm actually talking about old art dirctor's annuals and old print magazines and poster annuals and advertising books. anything that had high-end 'graphic design' featured. study they way they organize the type and how they infuse the letterforms with hidden meanings that reinforce the overall message, the simple placement of a word or the weight of a body text can end up getting the whole message across. a LOT of brillant stuff to study an learn from.   2002-11-21 15:26:32
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   i spend a lot of time digging up old books, so i find so many things from that period that they seem to be everywhere to me. dig a little deeper and i'm sure you'll trip across stuff.   2002-11-21 15:19:55
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   sounds hard to find. I have trouble finding letraset catalogues from the 70's. Like 60's versions of CA or sumpthin?   2002-11-21 15:16:50
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   i frankly would recommend any design annual from the period 1957 through 1964. spend time studying the incredible TYPOGRAPHY from that period. it's a peak period of inventive and inspired creative thinking about type and lettering.   2002-11-21 15:07:34
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   Stop Stealing Sheep (& find out how type works) I think its out of print, but you can still find it for about $15. Excellent book on the fundamentals of good type design. Unlike any other on the subject.   2002-11-21 14:56:25
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   i've been holding off on commenting on these new jermaine posters (cuz he and i don't get on). but they are striking because of the idea of the PAINTING as a source of image. very very few posters on this site use paintings as a starting point for a poster design. there's lots of line work and sketching and process work, but paintings? nope. i think it's a whole territory that many of you could enjoy exploring...
however, i think these are BAD posters, largely because the typography and the DESIGN of the posters are really terrible. interesting image, bad design. these are almost textbook examples of how not to do this stuff. jermaine would do well to spend some time studying the art of TYPOGRAPHY or even LETTERING or even just start examining good layout and design books. he could learn an enormous amount very quickly on his own. can anybody out there suggest books he could study? i could make a list, but i think it would be nice to see what you folks found useful in learning the skill of design.
  2002-11-21 14:52:09
sharpieSend sharpie a message :   This is pretty amazing to me. I think the best pieces create strong feelings on both positive and negative views. I like this one personally.   2002-11-21 14:19:47
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   I was seeing 1 yellow, 1 orange 2 reds, Mud color and White. Same blending though Judy.   2002-11-21 13:31:32
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   this is a wonder painting. no doubt about it. i know this to be true.
as for the text layout etc.. prehaps saying its not big enough to promote etc.. i can see your points.. but i see alot of other posters with chicken scratch for text that is harder to read than this, and its just slapped in the middle.. but i can see the argument.. just think in the 1,000s of posters i have gone through this really isnt that much of a problem..
if we worry about just advertising, then throw out all these posters, and just use ad mats..
but this is a strong painting. text isnt my skill at all.. but its a great work.
  2002-11-21 13:25:09
JGexSend JGex a message :   might be able to pull it off in 4 or 5... if using the base colors to overprint and create the midtones..... maybe.... :o)   2002-11-21 13:22:48
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   oh yeah...this'd be fucking sweet screen printed....I'm counting...6 colors on black paper...   2002-11-21 13:19:06
JGexSend JGex a message :   Hmmmmm.... I like everything but where and how 'coldplay' is placed. I think I would have liked it better incorporated into the painting somehow....
I would like to know if this is screenprinted or offset. Jermy, if it's offset, you need to let Jeff separate one of your paintings for screenprint. :) It would be incredible screened on black paper..... although, the offsets look very nice with this type of image!
  2002-11-21 13:15:24
FinchSend Finch a message :   this in no way says "gigposter" to me. want to know what it says? senior art exhibition in the cress gallery of fine art - december 18-24. I'm all for experimentation, but this just isn't cutting it for me...but maybe I'm just extremely short-sighted and simple-minded.   2002-11-21 13:00:09
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   if jermaine is going to be shot, this will kinda help me in the long run.. but id let him live first..
see like in his pinkie finger he has more talent that most of us..
besides richie that is.. i am torn between 2 taboo loves.. one with a black man one with a man who wears masks.
  2002-11-21 12:56:48
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   New Jermaine is moving away from Old Jermaine too quickly and Jermaine is getting lost in the process. Paint if you wanna paint, Jermaine. Make posters if you wanna make posters, but don't force your paintings to be posters.   2002-11-21 11:15:22
seripopSend seripop a message :   i think it doesn't work prepare the firing squad.   2002-11-21 11:05:56
AnnacasSend Annacas a message :   Jermaine.. what else can i say. ?? it is JUST beutiful!! amazing. . Art. =)   2002-11-21 10:38:35
PediniSend Pedini a message :   Charlie, what the fuck are you talking about?   2002-11-21 10:30:03
uncle charlieSend uncle charlie a message :   Mark, look deep into your own thoughts. analiyze what you don't like. You might find it is infact very likeable, once you get to know it.   2002-11-21 10:21:14
gun shoSend gun sho a message :   i've got to go with the biped on this one. i like that jermaine is branching out stylistically but this one's not working for me.   2002-11-21 10:16:14
PediniSend Pedini a message :   I agree with you dave, seeing the physicality of the paint is a nice thing. I just think in the context of this image, it may have worked better if the painting was abstract and the text was somehow not so divorced from it.   2002-11-21 10:13:51
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   what i do like is the detail, i assume its drumscanned of some sort.. im into paintings.. by having it detailed like this, you can see the strokes etc.. the canvas.. so as a painter (yeah i know my posters suck,but i can really paint). i love this... it sorta guides me in depth..
  2002-11-21 10:03:25
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   biped its cool jermaine loves everyone...
anyway, i really did this, since he doesnt hang out i figured id take over the jermaine name.. so really you are criting me.. and i hate myself so its totally cool.
  2002-11-21 10:01:13
PediniSend Pedini a message :   I knew I was gonna have to be the dissenter on this one. Firstly, the band name seems very squashed up on the top. And it may as well say, "painting by Jermaine Rogers" 'cause that what this image is all about. The painting has a very unfinished look to it that I can't get into, and a muddy, primary pallette that dosen't do much for it. And to top it off, it is a detail of a painting. Personally (and remember folks, before you flame, this is MY opinion) I think using a detail of a painting that is loose and "painterly" to begin with does not work. Forgive me Jermaine if this IS the ENTIRE painting, but it appears to be a detail to me.
Anyway... hey, we've come full circle! This is how I started on this site, by criticizing Jermaine's work. And then I was bashed for doing so, but... fuck it. I don't care. Bash me again, tear me a new one.
I don't like this poster.
  2002-11-21 09:53:23
JephSend Jeph a message :   Wow Jermaine, this one floors me. Mesmerising.   2002-11-21 09:33:53
uncle charlieSend uncle charlie a message :   Jermaine, this kicks ass.. I see you going the way of some of the great European poster artist. classic peice here.   2002-11-21 09:24:59
Cody PomeroySend Cody Pomeroy a message :   pretty fucking cool man.   2002-11-21 07:14:31
Brute666Send Brute666 a message :   I like the feel of this one. Minimal type works nicely.   2002-11-21 07:03:58
Bradley W. ZimmermanSend Bradley W. Zimmerman a message :   d00d. this is a badassed set that''s going up, and Clay's only halfway through them...   2002-11-20 23:56:23
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   Jermaine's rockin' more paintings! This is sweet...it's moody.   2002-11-20 23:46:40
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