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DESIGNER:
Les Seifer
VENUE:
Austin Music Hall
Austin
TX
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Jim 
2001-04-12 12:20:29
 
BANDS:
Phish



Phish Poster - Austin Music Hall, Austin - Les Seifer



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tastyfreshSend tastyfresh a message :   Hey I resent those remarks, I've been listening to Phish for 15+ years and thanks to the Phish poster collecting community I have been turned onto the greater poster scene in general. Thanks to Phish, I have been introduced to many many great poster artists, a lot of whom who have never done a poster for the band. Expressobeans wouldn't be what it is today without the Phish poster collectin community. Nowadays, non-phish posters outnumber phish posters in my collection at least 15 to 1.   2004-09-17 08:55:43
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   It's a semantics thing. You wouldn't understand.   2004-09-16 16:10:56
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Threats are different. I brought up a hypothetical situation. It's all about the wording.
Plus I have no idea who you are.
  2004-09-16 16:06:27
morstSend morst a message :   dang richie, I know you're supposed to be funny, but that reads suspiciously like a threat. :roll:
>People who like Phish are fucking stupid. People who pay for this shit are even more stupid. > >I find that most stereotypes are accurate and yes, given the chance, in a dark alley, I would rob and beat you.
  2004-09-16 16:01:56
seripopSend seripop a message :   yeah the pollock posters are purty   2004-09-16 15:18:25
kozikSend kozik a message :   I dont like Phish, but I think the fact that Pollocks love of the band generated a legendary poster series is cool.   2004-09-16 15:17:20
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   I'll be here again soon. You have plenty of time to create a carefully worded response to my allegations that you're a dumbshit.
Don't rush it. I will point out any error in grammar.
  2004-09-16 15:16:41
kozikSend kozik a message :   Silence, peasant.
Don't you have a field of turnips needs be harvested?
  2004-09-16 15:16:20
seripopSend seripop a message :   i don't think phish fans care what the posters they spend tons of $$$ on look like   2004-09-16 15:16:12
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   People who like Phish are fucking stupid. People who pay for this shit are even more stupid.
I find that most stereotypes are accurate and yes, given the chance, in a dark alley, I would rob and beat you.
  2004-09-16 15:14:20
kozikSend kozik a message :   I'm minor nobility.   2004-09-16 15:11:50
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Spelling police! Spelling police!
I know what the word means yuppie fuck.
I also used it appropriately.
Don't try and insult me. It makes you look stupid.
  2004-09-16 15:11:46
whiteyhoustonSend whiteyhouston a message :   hoo boy   2004-09-16 15:09:19
CPOSend CPO a message :   For a website full of "artistic" types, some of you sure come off as close-minded.
In addition, Richie, I assume since you don't know how to spell bourgeoisie, that you are likewise clueless about its definition.
The bourgeoisie is one of the wealthy classes into which a capitalist society is typically divided. You may dislike this poster (as do I) and you may dislike Phish, but by grouping Phish in this category you have exposed your ignorance twice in less than 11 words and your immaturity in less than 11 posts! Nice work! Now go home, Mommy's calling you.
:roll:
  2004-09-16 15:08:01
piemelSend piemel a message :   this poster is indeed not very good or nice... but that is my taste.
nor do i like phish, but then again I dont like the majority of the bands on the posters that are in my collection
i'll say one thing about those pollock woodblock prints... they are amazing pieces of art... me likey long time
  2004-09-16 15:05:23
SwillSend Swill a message :   way too many facts about an ugly poster   2004-09-16 02:54:59
morstSend morst a message :   LT- I had not thought about starting a thread.
I thought this is a comment area on a PHISH POSTER, sorry to LITTER it with FACTS. :roll:
  2004-09-16 02:52:08
SashSend Sash a message :   I dig everything except the type.   2004-09-15 19:30:58
seripopSend seripop a message :   people who like phish fucking suck   2004-09-15 18:37:28
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Don't they have a website devoted entirely to this bourgeousie crap.   2004-09-15 18:37:14
lil_tuffySend lil_tuffy a message :   Morst, why don't you start a thread about all this stuff rather than litter the comment areas.
I dunno if you noticed, but Phish isn't really the most popular band amongst this community.
  2004-09-15 18:34:53
seripopSend seripop a message :   ugly as sin   2004-09-15 18:33:32
morstSend morst a message :   BY THE WAY- To my knowlege this was never used for promo (note the absense of ticket price and ticket office info) and is consequently not really a GIGPOSTER in the strict sense used here. It was sold at the concert as a commemorative, and offered later by the band's mail order merchandise company.   2004-09-15 18:30:15
morstSend morst a message :   Dag nabbit, I can't edit my comments?!
The most highly sought-after Pollock pieces are all linoleum block prints, not screens.
Pollock's "Kabuki" is a silkscreen, but due to the edition size, does not seem to rock the secondary market like the smaller editions of handpressed ones. FYI, Jim has not used his old bookbinding press in some time, since he converted a heidelberg press to solar power. see www.solarposters.com
  2004-09-14 22:15:42
morstSend morst a message :   naw don't worry, Frank, This is not one of the sacred "handpulled" serigraphs by Jim Pollock.
This one sold for $15 at the shows and from Dry Goods for several months afterwards. Total number printed is unknown (to the expressobeans community) but what we know is compiled here: http://www.expressobeans.com/show.php?id=89
It was tending towards a hundred bux until the bootlegger "flooded the market"?? (don't really know how many boots got out, but I don't think more than a dozen or so)
now it's more like 50-80 I would guess. . .
The Atlanta poster by the same artist from the same tour sold out more rapidly, and has always been slightly harder to find. It pictures a Gorilla in a dress with a wig.
I'll take "Transvestite Animals" for $15 please Frank!
  2004-09-14 22:12:33
kozikSend kozik a message :   Richie's still bitter
see...he Buried His Heart atThe Magic Gardens.
is this dumb poster worth like 7300.00 dollars?
  2004-09-14 22:00:46
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Thank you for the history of crap.   2004-09-14 21:54:35
morstSend morst a message :   >Don't they have another website for you people?
"you people"?
who? earthlings? Literate beings? folks who can type without profanity?
  2004-09-14 21:53:40
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   I am delightful. Thanks for noticing and No, I do not want to date you.   2004-09-14 21:53:39
morstSend morst a message :   >more important note - this sucks ass.
delightful. thanks for your salient insight. you got quite the artistic eye, RG!
uh, again if I could edit my post, I would clarify that there are three arminski Phish pieces and one DMB piece that were involved in the lawsuit.
  2004-09-14 21:52:10
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Don't they have another website for you people?   2004-09-14 21:51:11
morstSend morst a message :   and to answer the question YES Phish's staff did (along with DAVE MATTHEWS BAND management) bring legal action against mark arminski for three posters which he did which had been commissioned by the promoter (belkin) in 1994 and 1995. DMB and Phish "won" the settlement and neither side is supposed to discuss it.
Essentially it boiled down to phish having a problem with mark selling the prints and the courts saw it their way, which sucked for mark, who was just trying to put food on his table.
  2004-09-14 21:50:14
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   more important note - this sucks ass.   2004-09-14 21:49:53
morstSend morst a message :   note- to see the difference between the fake and real ones, you would need a magnifying glass, not a very strong one, 8x photo loupes are sufficient.   2004-09-14 21:47:37
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Oh yeah...you don't wanna get stuck with a bootleg of this. Man...that would suck.   2004-09-14 21:47:34
morstSend morst a message :   it sold out in about 1996, although bootlegs were available for a time, on eBay until phish's legal team stopped them. Ya see, phish carefully protects their copyrights and trademarks so that they can keep the market free of forgeries.
By the way, to identify the fakes, look at the white lettering on black at the bottom. The real ones are plain white, the fakes are a dotscreen that you can see.
I am not fully convinced that copyright law is good for art or music (anyone ever listened to DJ Dangermouse's infringing remix of Jay-Z plus the Beatles? It's very good and worth allowing to exist, if perhaps not to be sold). Despite this, Phish has the right to do stuff that makes 'em look mean. Like protect their interests. If that makes 'em SHIT then you got some big hole there to pass that.
  2004-09-14 21:46:08
delanorockSend delanorock a message :   who did they sue?   2002-07-09 21:12:18
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   Did they sue Arminski, or is that something else he was involved in?   2002-07-09 21:07:55
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   they are worse than shit Chloe. They sue poster artists.   2002-07-09 17:50:20
seripopSend seripop a message :   i'd say phish are shit   2002-07-09 17:48:53
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Basset hounds are cool...Phish is not.   2002-07-09 17:44:27
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