The 'Mega platen & cd beurs' is kinda nice. I went there a couple of times before.
This poster is eyecatching to say the least, especially in a country where most posters look like shit. There's either poorly photo copied indie/hardcore/punkrock posters (college fonts, live pics, blabla) or rave posters with 3d max robots and lens flares. Yuck! So, this ought to be a 'different' poster, which I like.
As for Giovanni. I don't think I know him. Is he a designer himself?
And I got it the first time, I was just wondering what you meant by meeting with you people, as you don't live in the Netherlands yourself ;) Go get some sleep or something...or drink something and relax, haha.
But meeting up over here sounds good to me :)
Well, he lives there. He's on this site daily. I live in the USA. He lives in the Netherlands. I know him. He knows me. We live far apart. You live in the Netherlands. Giovani lives in the Netherlands. You both live close to each other. GET IT? And yes, I will be coming over to Europe again in November for this 3 day convention and staying with Gio. Whew! I'm tired and winded. Everything is Sassyfrassy.
Hey thanks. I sort of snuck this in. Well, it's not really a gig poster but it's really gigpostery. Is that a word? This will be printed up big and put up as the promotional poster at the 3 day convention in Utrecht/Amsterdam as well as being the program cover. This convention has a Rock Poster Art Expo of 60's & 70's stuff that is just going to be spankalicious. November: Holland = Funssssssessesees :P :lol: 8)