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DESIGNER:
Standard Design  
VENUE:
Pearl Street
Northampton
MA
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Tom
2004-05-13 21:48:59
 
BANDS:
Pop*a*wheelie
Mooney Suzuki
Sexy Magazines, The



Pop*a*wheelie Poster - Pearl Street, Northampton - Standard Design



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standardSend standard a message :   The layout is brilliant. The colors are intoxicating.   2004-08-30 13:44:47
RichieGoodtimesSend RichieGoodtimes a message :   Tom? Tom?
Tom?
  2004-08-30 13:38:22
standardSend standard a message :   So good.   2004-08-30 13:34:35
standardSend standard a message :   I would like to state for the record that The Sexy Magazines is one of the stupidest worst bands I've seen in a long long time. Maybe ever. Over-the-top gay rock posturing invaded my life tonight and I did not like it. It was so bad I couldn't even manage to laugh at it.   2004-05-15 21:53:25
DaniVachonSend DaniVachon a message :   This poster is way cool.   2004-05-14 17:16:49
moxiegustoSend moxiegusto a message :   There used to be a musician out here named Poppa Chubby. :lol:   2004-05-14 15:53:42
Bryan MoatsSend Bryan Moats a message :   I've heard it's called "Xeroxing". As in "I'm going to now 'zeerocks' this poster 50 times." What will they think of next? Full color Xeroxing machines?   2004-05-14 08:09:55
JephSend Jeph a message :   You should put that info on the API website, I'm sure some young poster makers would like to know this information   2004-05-14 07:58:19
standardSend standard a message :   This poster was reproduced using a process known as "photo-copying". After much experimentation, I decided that it worked best on a sheet of paper eight-and-a-half inches by eleven inches. I think that the black ink provides good contrast to the white surface.   2004-05-14 07:55:30
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