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DESIGNER:
Chris Martiniano 
VENUE:
Gunther Murphys
Chicago
IL
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Chris Martiniano 
2003-09-23 09:42:33
 
BANDS:
Vortis
Easy Action



Vortis Poster - Gunther Murphys, Chicago - Chris Martiniano



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SquirtSend Squirt a message :   Wes Wilson's first poster. Borrowed by Uncle Charlie. Coming round again
http://www.expressobeans.com/public/detail.php/1856
  2008-10-03 22:02:28
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   I just discovered that the rock critic is Jim DeRogatis of Sound Opinions. Just came from his website and I was like, "Vortis...why is that name familiar?"   2008-10-03 20:50:26
swampvikingSend swampviking a message :   Oh.
My.
Lordy.
  2006-11-21 19:07:10
criminaldesignSend criminaldesign a message :   be great to make the swazi spin. require more time with the #11.   2006-08-17 23:27:35
crosshairSend crosshair a message :   This band consists of rock critics and history professors.
Hence, not a real band.
  2006-08-17 10:40:11
kustomkittenSend kustomkitten a message :   Helloooooooo randomizer!!
How cute.
  2006-08-17 10:08:47
John ASend John A a message :   Have a Nice Day!   2005-06-04 09:08:10
MilkSend Milk a message :   pretty good. dont really like the smiley face though. and maybe the red could be really bright/dark red.   2004-08-04 11:39:19
cricketSend cricket a message :   it's a very politically charged band, perhaps even vitriolic - ala early dead kennedys - the wes wilson cue is a good one in that the original poster, simply an anti-vietnam image didnt justify the use of the icon. I wanted to put it into the context of a band whose sentiments are aligned with the satire of the image. sure koziks used it, uncle charlie and a bunch of other artists - i simply was recouping wilsons and giving it a contemporary context and matching it with a band i thought that fit.   2003-10-15 15:43:21
Rob LaurieSend Rob Laurie a message :   Generally when folks use swastikas, I just get the vibe that they couldn't think of an original way to make their point...   2003-09-26 13:23:28
MeelooSend Meeloo a message :   ... remembers me Kozik's Ice T poster.... without the stupid smiley !   2003-09-25 10:56:38
connor13Send connor13 a message :   i was gonna say that this looks alot like uncle charlies art piece from seattle.   2003-09-25 09:07:24
uncle charlieSend uncle charlie a message :   thats funny, I did the same thing   2003-09-25 09:05:54
DeliciousSend Delicious a message :   this is a homage to an early Wes Wilson poster. done by a friend of mine - it's good to see he's putting his posters up. He does some really cool shit. Now if I could just convince him to start silk screening.   2003-09-25 08:57:27
philaarts.comSend philaarts.com a message :   :dance:   2003-09-25 07:52:12
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   analogy rather...or maybe juxtoposition? gay rabbies and tortilla pancake surprise.   2003-09-25 02:45:39
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   do you understand he is making a metaphor? nazi with red white and blue...its not pro nazi in my mind...he is trying to make a point...and then the happy face is just sorta laughing about even making the point.
i am loading a bowl for you. ;) :smoking:
  2003-09-25 02:36:22
sexy chocolatSend sexy chocolat a message :   howfuck, thought it was kozik stuff ! svastika are so well designed by kozik ! don't like this poster... :evil:   2003-09-25 02:16:37
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