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DESIGNER:
The Speeding Train 
VENUE:
Bunkers Hill Inn
Nottingham
UK
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Chris Summerlin
2005-04-14 17:54:42
 
BANDS:
Gang Gang Dance
Johnny Scarr & Luke Younger
Vibracathedral Orchestra



Gang Gang Dance Poster - Bunkers Hill Inn, Nottingham - The Speeding Train



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adrianoonSend adrianoon a message :   Is there any way of getting hold of some copies of this poster? My son is in the band.   2006-04-12 19:58:55
DrozdSend Drozd a message :   I like it! reminds of the talking friut and stuff you used to get in Sesame Street. :D   2005-04-18 03:54:02
DCMSend DCM a message :   I like it a lot. Although you are primarily a promotor, and not poster maker, i think you do a pretty good job at both.   2005-04-18 02:29:46
The Speeding TrainSend The Speeding Train a message :   OK, I have to confess as I noticed the comment about someone watching me draw this. I was a bit pissed when I did it.   2005-04-15 17:31:49
LeiaSend Leia a message :   I admire a promoter who will put time and effort into a poster to advertise his/her show-- that is awesome! It's a hellofa lot better than 40 pt font band names on neon orange paper.   2005-04-15 15:44:57
whiteyhoustonSend whiteyhouston a message :   I'm listening to GGD right now.. and I'm eating a purple ham sammich..
seriously.. I am..
and I'm drunk
  2005-04-15 14:29:53
shawnknightSend shawnknight a message :   design = hard   2005-04-15 14:25:36
passes_through_wallsSend passes_through_walls a message :   Woah fella i didn't mean to harsh you out- I said EFFECTIVELY. *Whatever* your intent, that is the nature of this site. There are other places you can just archive images. People often comment on posters on here if they like the bands and the can't fit em to what they're looking at. I'm not anti talking sandwich or anything like that.   2005-04-15 12:32:23
The Speeding TrainSend The Speeding Train a message :   in addition, I guess what I am saying is when we have to get people in the design sort of takes the backseat and so yeah I am acknowledging that. If you look at my other stuff you see Thee More Shallows has big bright under designed poster too whereas Wilco and Weird War got the more fancy treatment as people know those bands more, or at least i think they do.   2005-04-15 09:35:44
The Speeding TrainSend The Speeding Train a message :   Actually, I'm putting it up here for archiving purposes, not for criticism. I'm a gig promoter not a poster maker. I fucking love this poster. What is not to love about a talking sandwich? I mean, what are you? mental?   2005-04-15 09:33:37
DCMSend DCM a message :   You finished it! I saw Chris drawing this, i feel like i was at the birth of a masterpiece.....   2005-04-15 07:30:16
jelle cramaSend jelle crama a message :   i didnt like the lightning poster that much, but this one is really ok! anyway, if i would see all those names, i would defenitely come to that show   2005-04-15 04:43:37
passes_through_wallsSend passes_through_walls a message :   Still you have effectively submitted this for "public" criticism. And it's pretty wide of the mark, as you seem to be half acknowledging. Anyways, great show i'm sure!   2005-04-15 02:29:12
The Speeding TrainSend The Speeding Train a message :   Here's the way I see it. If I did a poster that graphically fitted in with the idea of the bands in a really concrete way then it'd work as a piece of design but as something that would get people into the show? I dunno. Anyone who knows GGD and Vibracathedral is going to go to this show anyway so my design thought is always, make the poster bright and make it stand out on the wall of the record stores and bars it gets put up in (see Lightning Bolt poster too). At the end of the night I'm paying GGD as it's my show so my design rules are big, bright. Thats it. I can't get too fussy with it or it ends up appealing to just the people who are going to the show anyway and who know about these bands. I also kind of see GGD as the filling, westernised giant sandwich; Vibracathedral as the wholesome organic apple and JS/LY as a small frowning pea.   2005-04-15 01:02:59
Dance PartySend Dance Party a message :   ggd kills it! but i dont see this poster fitting at all.   2005-04-14 23:29:07
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