Gig Posters Book - Volume 2
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Gig Posters Coloring Books
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Gig Posters Playing Cards
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Haha! This just randomised on me too! I still have this flyer somewhere... i'm sure.
randomised Graham! love this one.. we played with this aint vegas and i wasnt too impressed.. as id heard really good things about them..
Graham, I really like your stuff.
I like how fucked up this is.
The Speeding Train
Hey! Its Chris, Phil and Elvis! Nice fucking poster though, it rules.
oh shit! this is great. those bunnies actually look pretty identical to some on my forearm.
another good 'un
fuckin' brilliant! i love this!
This is great, but I hope it never happens to me.
The Dirty Protest
Chris Summerlin is another solid fenboy. We're from the same hood, the Wisbech Ghetto.
I once slept on Elvis's sofa because i'm allergic to cats.
It is indeed! Chris, Niel and Elvis!
I love doing flyers where I know every person in every band on the bill. :D It's much more a labour of love. :love:
The Dirty Protest
That's amazing! Is that 'Lords' Chris Summerlin? Say hi to him from me.
Drew: you should come to this gig as it is a cracking line up.
Mattdidit: cheers very much! I only wish it didn't take so long, as I draw the whole thing clean first and 'add' the squiggles. :)
neat. very cool style. I am a fan of the squiggley pen work.
Graham, you are a very talented little nonce indeed. i salute you!
Very nice, very nice indeed.....imagine how good it would look if we had our own screen printing set up! I may have to come down to this show, i love the vegas!!!!
this is nice
very much like. bunnies and exposed bone are a lovely compliment to one another.
Pretty cool and nice color combo as well. Twisted.
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