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DESIGNER:
Dan McCarthy  
VENUE:
Middle East
Cambridge
MA
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Dan McCarthy  
2001-12-30 13:09:35
 
BANDS:
Papa M
Helms
J.W. Walsh



Papa M Poster - Middle East, Cambridge - Dan McCarthy



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PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   Ara, oid loik some clam chowda.   2004-12-02 05:55:51
DaniVachonSend DaniVachon a message :   Bingo!   2003-05-23 00:22:06
Thee AlexSend Thee Alex a message :   Woah! This is great   2003-04-04 16:39:55
dspringSend dspring a message :   i feel sea sick, but glad I saw this one, i really like the water   2003-02-20 16:04:40
kevin jonesSend kevin jones a message :   this image is soo good, type at the top im not so hot on ...   2003-02-20 15:26:56
jimboSend jimbo a message :   Watch out fer da water spout. Sink ya into da briny deep, she will.   2002-09-18 11:51:47
PediniSend Pedini a message :   Swim? I wouldn't even put my toe in the Charles... Dan makes good posters! Cheers, Dan.   2002-09-18 11:31:22
standardSend standard a message :   the lesson here is: never swim in the Charles River.   2002-09-18 11:11:04
Steve HSend Steve H a message :   this is really beautiful i think. nolens point about the tilted horizon creating a floating feeling is spot on, simple but infinitely more effective that a flat horizon would be, or something.   2002-08-07 00:43:23
Nolen StralsSend Nolen Strals a message :   I like this one a lot because it uses the ever-popular (for the past few years) nautical imagery, but not in the kitschy manner it's normally done....
the implications of the image is great, and I love the smoke clouds and abstracted sailboats, but most of all the tilted horizon line...it's atypical and gives that floating feeling to it.
I'm just curious, Dan...how did you get the "washy" look on the lifevests? Did you hand-watercolor each print? Is it several transparent layers? A half-tone screen of an ink wash?
  2001-12-31 06:30:29
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