I knew they would...there were non for sale at the Boston show, so I can only assume they're sold out too.
Yeah they scribbled on a few of mine...my favorite saying:
"Where's the coke?"
Ha! Them kidders. :o
Hey Car Crash, what Fantomas show were you at? :P
These were for sale at the officially sanctioned merch booth,
$25 for clean copies and $30 for band scrawled versions with "mean" comments like NASCAR SUX etc.
I pull in up to 3K a week as a deliver boy and can't afford to have my rep sullied on this
(I don't want to lose another digit to a happy meal.)
I was going to keep quiet since everyone else already said this was great, but you deserve MAD PROPZ for this one. It is truly an instant classic. I hope you know how any people will quit trying after seeing this. GREAT JOB!
seeing the shots of this poster in progresss was really fucking awesome. and the detail shot of the treehouse blows my mind. a wonderful image.
the only thing i would have done: make the type at the type curved or something. i don't know. not that i don't think the type is incredible. but to me, it makes it a 9.7, not a 10.
still, incredible work. i'm in awe of your skill.
Good God man! *prepares wakisashi & carving board to take off his own drawing fingers. I used to be an artist, once,.... CHOP! Ahhhh, that's better,... *
You guys should collect this series of Fantomas posters & publish a book,... the series is really taking things up several rungs in the ladder,... & in that spirit, turn around & make Fantomas pay YOU!
i must have this..
i have been staring at it all day and i cant understand how it was made, did you have a month to draw it?
masterful composition, balance, inking and sense of color..
more of these and i am going to have to retire.. this is too good.
you have to post more detail shots, sketching shots, inking shots, printing shots, more more more
The image was done specifically for Fantomas. Aaron is a pretty big fan of Patton's work, not to mention everybody else in the band. We both flew to SF for the Mr. Bungle New Years show in 1999/2000. I think it's his take on the whole kid like theme, yet at the same time creepy, and with his own style rather than try to make it too cartoony.
This is hands down the best fantomas poster ever. Interesting to say the least!
Is the illustration made with the Fantomas poster in mind? or did ya'll have it kicking around? Either way.. it suits perfectly!
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