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Pasalymany / Rockit Club
Montreal / Toronto
2003-09-06 00:15:01
Les Angles Morts
Waxathon, The
Aids Wolf
Death From Above

Japanther Poster - Pasalymany / Rockit Club, Montreal / Toronto - Seripop

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Vivi VuSend Vivi Vu a message :   WOAH! AWESOME!   2005-05-16 14:17:54
JohnnyThiefSend JohnnyThief a message :   Mmmm, now I'm hungry for bush!   2005-03-18 21:34:54
danielpwilliamsSend danielpwilliams a message :   :)   2004-03-29 17:33:25
ajosephbSend ajosephb a message :   You've gotta be kidding me. :lol:   2003-12-26 11:51:06
Thee AlexSend Thee Alex a message :   This is great guys!   2003-12-15 11:50:53
underpincollectiveSend underpincollective a message :   ok, coming from a person who was walking down the streets and seeing this, this is my interpretation. when I first saw It I knew it had to be a seripop poster. i looked on the back but there was no stamp, so I thought there was an imposter....anyways.
Yes, It caught my attention and I think it is gorgeous but as a show poster, I looked at it for a long time and I still didn't know what it was for. I saw the bands and was interested but I gave up near the end(my girlfriend was getting mad). I didn't realize that there were two shows...
as for constructive criticism from a "bush leager", I think for sure you should have had all the text one direction, instead of making people have to move their heads sideways to the right for some info then to the left for the rest....these breaks in concentration on a poster that is already full of information....too confusing. AND you have to think about how long the average person is willing to study a poster while walking down a street or out of a record store...but I am sure you know that.
now that i know what was up, i wish I had of gone to see the show.
  2003-10-12 10:34:52
seripopSend seripop a message :   really good times japather are fuckin' awesome everyone was in awe of the shirtless guy. sweet kids too. ....and the poster was a hit.   2003-09-15 09:20:55
ShawnySend Shawny a message :   HOLY MOLY THIS IS GOOD.   2003-09-14 08:16:22
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   Hey Richie, just read back through this and i'm talking about a different guy (a guy named Guy) but if you're talking about Scott alcholoocaust, well the the same sentiment applys. Is that who you mean?   2003-09-10 00:11:04
Shawn WolfeSend Shawn Wolfe a message :   I love this poster - I only wish it was about 3 times larger than the stated size.
WAITAMINNIT.... aliens created Star Trek?!?!!!
"The Patterson Film" scared me shitless when I first saw that back in '71 or whenever. (I was 8.)
  2003-09-08 18:18:04
PediniSend Pedini a message :   I can't tell if this reminds me more of Orzo or bacteria...
I like 'swarm art'
  2003-09-08 14:17:14
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   Kid Charlamagne.
There was a guy who mapped out every Saquatch place name in the US and Canada, and figured they migrated every year up and down the western mountains.
  2003-09-08 13:55:28
kozikSend kozik a message :   John The Conqueror root.   2003-09-08 13:52:08
victor_howitzerSend victor_howitzer a message :   Of course theres an obvious pun to the tree poster that I'm sure doesn't really relate to anything...but I'm hoping for the best.   2003-09-08 13:24:52
victor_howitzerSend victor_howitzer a message :   I have a book of old alchemy lino prints and theres an Illustration of some Jesus figure laying down sleeping and he has a tree for his johnson. I've noticed that seripop also has a similar poster.
I'm not implying that they ripped it off, just that they seem to have tapped into some primitive imagery without trying. Then again...Art has already said that.
  2003-09-08 13:20:41
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   sorry, too good of a joke to pass up.   2003-09-08 13:19:27
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   sit on poppa's lap?   2003-09-08 13:18:48
KJSend KJ a message :   no, i'm being genuine.   2003-09-08 13:16:23
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   i'd say, "fuck you", except you might have meant that as a compliment.
look, i know i'm old and fulla crap, but have mercy!
  2003-09-08 13:15:28
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   The last good book I read was one where they went into Freedom of Info files on UFOs buzzing over gov't bases. Reproduced the actual reports. It just got all new-agey with the Oprahesque abduction crap. Bring on the Space Brothers. The Xists are coming.   2003-09-08 13:15:11
KJSend KJ a message :   art you remind me alot of my dad.   2003-09-08 13:14:21
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   plantweed -
you quit on the ufology? it's just getting good again! in the last decade, the latest 'angle' is remote viewing - a spin off of the cia-backed psychic programs. seems as the trainees using the mental projections kept getting stuck in ufo's. turns out the aliens are the ones who created start trek in order to prepare all of us for the 'galactic' commitee to which we are destined for membership! they wouldn't print it if it weren't rue, fella.
right now the 'studies' have swung back to the hardware world and there are great bits and pieces of interesting crap coming out of old government files (our own, old soviet/kgb, and others). stay tuned - the films are great and will be seen at 11...
  2003-09-08 13:11:03
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   I wish I had more time to read. In my pre rock art years I would read constantly. Now I cant even find time to read magazines.   2003-09-08 13:02:13
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   I remember buying The Demonologist at Fay's Drugs in Lansingburgh, NY when it came out, early '80s maybe? I was way into the occult as a kid, and "forteana" before I knew the term. UFO's? I like the "classic" period before all the abduction nonsense. But Bigfoot's my pet interest of all that stuff, it comes from the '70s thing, it's organic, and it's SORT OF possible. I'll send a video I made, "Best of Bigfoot."   2003-09-08 12:59:54
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   plantweed -
when i was a little kid back in the earky 60's, i found a book in the public library about bigfoot (it was primarily the story about that guy who was kidnapped for weeks by a bigfoot 'family'). it gave me nightmares for months.
it think it was bigffot stories that got me turned on to flying saucer lore. the two areas are so similar that they must have parallel origins.
after i founds ufology, i walked away from bigfoot and never went back.
now, i like ghosts and demons. ever read any or the warrens books? like 'the demonologist'?
they make me giggle with delight...
  2003-09-08 12:57:01
kozikSend kozik a message :   im also fairly convinced that 'ofo aliens' are a an upadtaed version of 'faeries'..that is animist nature spirits....or maybe Kobolds. The names change but the underlying themes prevail.   2003-09-08 12:56:25
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   I posted a similar thing somewhere around here about panic, from Pan, when you're walking in the woods by yourself and you suddenly feel something watching you and you bolt for your life, but you never see anything. Primal.   2003-09-08 12:56:24
kozikSend kozik a message :   imho the greenman, yeti,bigfoot,boogieman..the 'other' wild man of the a genetic memory of when we fought neanderthals for dominance.
  2003-09-08 12:53:25
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   frank -
ya know, i'll bet you're right. that makes so much sense it's scary.
  2003-09-08 12:52:03
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   sometimes i do images on posters from instinct and then what they really actually mean comes to light over the next few months. i've had to have people explain my images to me on several occassions.
we all work using our instincts. and our instincts have real substance that we aren't always aware of.
that's all i'm pointing out.
frankly, an edumacation comes mostly from living and keeping your mind open.
  2003-09-08 12:51:14
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   Bigfoot rules. Art, you're a NWesterner, what's your take? I collect '70s BF documentaries. They have a "vibe" found nowhere else. I wanna believe.   2003-09-08 12:50:38
kozikSend kozik a message :   in late 20th century north america the 'Green Man' has turned into Bigfoot.   2003-09-08 12:49:01
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   "The Green Man," also a title on Type O Negative's pagan-themed October Rust LP.   2003-09-08 12:48:33
philaarts.comSend a message :   apparently not... cause people can do a poster and the "smart" people like yourself can come in interpret the artwork to fit what you think it is.
maybe seripop was doing the green man concept.. but what do i know, im dumb.
  2003-09-08 12:47:25
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   no, not clairvoyant. it's just that these images are part of our shared culture and it goes back millinea. just like something with fangs is 'dangerous' and round is 'good and soft'. green means bounty/money/food/nature and black means night/unknown/evil/fear/death.
you don't have tro be psychic to see that stuff, phill. you just have to have an edumacation. savvy?
  2003-09-08 12:40:53
perkinsSend perkins a message :   I don't have time to read all of these comments at the moment- Just want to say that this KICKS MY ASS   2003-09-08 12:39:29
philaarts.comSend a message :   art is clairvoyant   2003-09-08 12:37:52
art chantrySend art chantry a message :   i guess after reading this thread of comments, that it's high time to bring up "the green man", and it's importance in earth religions and pagan theosophy. it's an ancient image/icon from teutonic and saxon pre-history and is prevalent in the britisn isles, but is found the world over. it's sort of similar in concept to the corn man or wicker man as a symbol/personification of nature as the provider/devourer. it's the druid symbol of yin/yang. it's good and evil simultaneously. it's an extremely old and powerful image in western culture. seripop is obviously exploiting that idea - and using it very well - whether they realize it or not.
this is a 'green man'. no contest.
it's a good'n.
  2003-09-08 12:36:16
electroforkSend electrofork a message :   the comment about this being the darker angrier side of the giving tree converted me! ha ha ha! THE TAKING TREE   2003-09-08 12:22:55
philaarts.comSend a message :   bush league sounds like a good 70's porno.
whats the levels above bush league?
i want to know the hierarchy that looks down at most of us...
mi gusta this poster.
  2003-09-08 07:26:47
seripopSend seripop a message :   thomas- it's 8.5" wide, 23" long
  2003-09-07 21:55:43
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   gun sho - you make very good points. i DID admit i was outta line with my comments though. im not really apologizing for it due to the shit chloe talked in PM and on the comments section however. all i did was get TOO descriptive on why i didnt like it. ever read a bad album review before? did it just say - hey everyone. i dont like this. the end.? i took it too far its true. it WAS my opinion on this particular poster.   2003-09-07 21:35:25
Thomas ScottSend Thomas Scott a message :   How big is this poster, Chloe?   2003-09-07 21:28:18
gun shoSend gun sho a message :   raindog- i'm not suggesting that you "don't get" seripop's posters. what i tried to communicate is that, from reading your comments, i believe that you don't understand how other people can be into this when you're not. that in effect is just as bad as not appreciating other people's opinions.
your original comments weren't a reaction to chloe disrepecting you because those comments came before that, it was just reactionary without substance. when you call something an "eyesore" and then precede to dismiss someone's work as something less than childish, it's not much of a critique. it hints at "playa-hating" more than anything else.
i don't think you're too stupid to "get" this poster. it just doesn't serve your taste. there's nothing wrong with disliking something.
  2003-09-07 21:03:28
brian kroekerSend brian kroeker a message :   it's wacky and fun... me likes it. if you think this is an eyesore, take another look at the commercial advertising that you're inundated with everytime you leave the house. if i saw this on the street it would be very refreshing (like the smell of freshly cut grass :) i'll be bringin' earplugs to this show! :bang:   2003-09-07 20:28:17
bathroom monkeySend bathroom monkey a message :   and here i thought that everyone was a pearl jam fan all of the sudden i like leaves   2003-09-07 16:38:38
ELYSE!Send ELYSE! a message :   Thanks Dave.   2003-09-07 16:36:39
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   baseball terminology.
Minor leagues, not playing with the big boys, kinda thing.
  2003-09-07 16:34:04
ELYSE!Send ELYSE! a message :   That was me M. Motorcycle accidentally signed on my wifes compupter oops. I still want to know.   2003-09-07 16:33:44
ELYSE!Send ELYSE! a message :   What exactly is a bush-leaguer?   2003-09-07 16:32:53
Steve HSend Steve H a message :   then my eyes would start hurting but still, the poster is eye catching, no?   2003-09-07 16:00:17
Steve HSend Steve H a message :   i think its cool, its interesting and different, but in a good way;) whatever its advertising the poster would make me look closer anyway cause its an unusual piece of work   2003-09-07 15:58:18
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   "but you're not "getting it" half the time. "
not liking it and not GETTING it are different things gun sho.
yes i may have mispoken and came out a little hard with my comments. nothing chloe hasnt done to nearly every person on here she doesnt personally know. ive seen her attack peoples work with a brutality far worse than my little jokes and she too has done it completely unprovoked.
perhaps now she'll understand. i doubt it. i doubt it because to her - if you dont like it - YOUR AN IDIOT THAT DOESNT UNDERSTAND. that to me seems so foolish. who the fuck is VIEWING the poster? JUST ART SCHOOL STUDENTS? hardly.
when i see someone praising something i really dont like, it prompts me to comment on it myself where otherwise i would have left it alone - i just does. BUT AM I NOT ENTITLED TO THIS OPINION simply because i DONT like it? according to chloe i am not since my work SUCKS and i am a "bush-leaguer". fine. if that is the mentality i am dealing with then i could give a shit if i upset her or anyone else.
fuck that.
bush-leaguers unite!
  2003-09-07 15:26:52
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   This is actually one very nice mutherfucking scribble and I really mean that.
And since the client dug, being Seripop, then it's most succesful.
It represents the Seriagraphie Populaire aesthetic most perfectly.
  2003-09-07 13:24:05
Brendan JordanSend Brendan Jordan a message :   I like this too, I'm just upset to hear that half-assed Bush Leaguers don't get to give opinions anymore :disapprove:   2003-09-07 12:45:51
ZELIGSend ZELIG a message :   I like the idea. It looks like a modern interpretation of the Green Man.   2003-09-07 12:16:13
DeckerSend Decker a message :   As a half assed Bush Leaguer I like this a lot, despite it being hard to read.   2003-09-07 11:15:38
gun shoSend gun sho a message :   raindog- there's an obvious difference between a critique and just trying to push buttons. while insisting how much you "respect" their work, most of the time, you're language indicates a general confusion over why people even like it. in effect, you seem like you can't really form a sold opinion because you want to like their work like so many people do, but you're not "getting it" half the time.
you don't need to reduce their work to the scribblings of a grade-schooler in order to offer a constuctive critique. there are less reactionary methods of discourse that can offer something constructive to the mix rather than stirring up shit.
  2003-09-07 10:52:35
BlueJellyBeanSend BlueJellyBean a message :   its actually refreshing to see a poster that doesn't pander to the average dumbed-down that IS purposefully hard to read..the image is strong and weird enough to grab attention and get folk up close to figure it out..worked OK in years gone by when BGP was in full flow..
Hats off to SeriPop on this one..and as usual I will put my money where my mouth is..I assume that gives me the right to comment..
  2003-09-07 04:28:34
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   "of course considering this jpeg is like 1/200th of the actual size of the printed poster then MAYBE when u have the huge print in yur face it's actually pretty easy to read. if you're not blind that is." you need to consider the average person walking down the street sees it at about this size. i think you know what i mean.   2003-09-07 01:19:13
seripopSend seripop a message :   that's ok jeph i don't think u'd be an aids wolf fan. :)   2003-09-07 01:16:21
JephSend Jeph a message :   Welcome back Chloe. :mrgreen:   2003-09-07 01:11:58
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Thats what I figured Chloe.   2003-09-07 01:09:48
JephSend Jeph a message :   Wow, great it's for your band and a Seripop art show? I would've never known from the poster...then again I think I'm going blind.   2003-09-07 01:09:26
seripopSend seripop a message :   WELL since the show is for our band AND a seripop art show i think we are in the position to make it asa easy or as hard to read as we like. of course considering this jpeg is like 1/200th of the actual size of the printed poster then MAYBE when u have the huge print in yur face it's actually pretty easy to read. if you're not blind that is.   2003-09-07 01:06:58
JephSend Jeph a message :   Cool Mike, it's all just a matter of opinion...a concept that not everyone around here gets.   2003-09-07 01:06:50
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   I would like to see this in person. I'm pretty sure I think this poster rules. I bet it reads better in person. I absolutely love the illo and colors. This I would definetly hang in my studio. Definetly.   2003-09-07 01:05:58
JephSend Jeph a message :   then again, I too am a "bush leauger"   2003-09-07 01:04:11
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   I'm just gonna watch.   2003-09-07 01:01:34
JephSend Jeph a message :   HA! :lol: Nice call Mike. I agree with "Raindog" on this one. Too hard to read, but then again there are people here who feel that actually getting information across is secondary to doing somehting "visually stimulating".   2003-09-07 01:01:00
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   Ahh!! The old days. How I love the old days.   2003-09-07 00:56:52
JephSend Jeph a message :   seripop 2003-09-07 00:44:16
we don't need "crits" from some half assed bush leauger ok?
That's a bit "elitist"
  2003-09-07 00:55:02
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   yes captain my captain.
go scribble some shit somewhere and call it genius.
  2003-09-07 00:46:57
seripopSend seripop a message :   we don't need "crits" from some half assed bush leauger ok? go wrap some computer type around a bad photo and sober up abit ok?   2003-09-07 00:44:16
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   second thought. not sorry at all. and i'll comment on whatever the fuck i want thank you.   2003-09-07 00:42:42
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   it was an honest crit. BOO FUCKING HOO. it wasnt an attack. i even mentioned your shit was AMAZING. oh - wait. my opinion doesnt matter cuz my shit sucks. sorry.   2003-09-07 00:39:36
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   :o wow. fair enough.   2003-09-07 00:38:20
seripopSend seripop a message :   mike- shut the fuck up. we feel ALL your posters are eyesores. don't bother commenting on our stuff we both think your work is a joke and your opinion doesn't mean bollocks to either of us.   2003-09-07 00:31:47
raindog138Send raindog138 a message :   i dont think this is the least bit BAD ASS. i think it's an eyesore. am i alone here. what the fuck is so great about this? its nothing special to me. seri has some AMAZING stuff. this isn't one of em. it hurts my eyes to try and read this thing. perhaps its attractive in person, but....damn. if a 1st grader did this in art class he/she's either flunk out or be sent to the "special" class. i really respect the work seripop has done, but i think i could throw a rock at a telephone pole and hit a more attractive poster.   2003-09-07 00:27:03
danieldangerSend danieldanger a message :   awsome! its like the giving tree gone horribly wrong. its payback time!   2003-09-06 23:58:04
MaximumFluorideSend MaximumFluoride a message :   If I could read the info on this poster it would be my choice for poster of the week. It's pretty fucking bad ass.   2003-09-06 21:39:54
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   I've got a feeling you're talkin about Scott, Hynes.
Am I correct?
  2003-09-06 20:17:06
HYNESSend HYNES a message :   tweekers :dizzy: I've got a friend who gets all hopped up on chatter dust and draws this sort of madness all over the walls of his house, sort of growing, expanding, organic patterns of insanity. I think it features a lot in seripops stuff.   2003-09-06 17:59:23
GrzecaSend Grzeca a message :   beware the rise of SWAMP THING!!!   2003-09-06 16:22:01
PediniSend Pedini a message :   Beautiful!   2003-09-06 16:20:11
ferg2001Send ferg2001 a message :   this reminds me ...i gotta trim my hedges   2003-09-06 15:25:51
seripopSend seripop a message :   eating? what's that? ha ha actually we are doing all these 2 show posters lately to lessen our load- when we get 2 request for the same 2 show in 2 diffrent cities and don't have time to do 2 posters we just put the info for both on one. it's also cool for the promoters cause they split the design fee.   2003-09-06 15:19:43
Cody PomeroySend Cody Pomeroy a message :   sweet Jesus! When do you guys find time to eat?   2003-09-06 14:41:55
juiceSend juice a message :   very clever.. feelin the green   2003-09-06 14:13:30
DWITTSend DWITT a message :   This is fucking fabulous!! wow. I'm gonna have to own this one some day. shit, its a eyeboggler!!   2003-09-06 13:50:26
newseamusSend newseamus a message :   crap!
great colors
  2003-09-06 13:49:08
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