When I was 16 or so, I made a flyer very similar to this and then dropped it off at the local record store. The guy said he'd put it up, but then later when a friend of mine went in, he showed the flyer to my friend and said, "look at this piece of shit some dude dropped off... I'm not putting this up."
not too bad thanks :) lately i've been trying to organise some sort of constant pattern that will actually start getting me somewhere, even if its a zig zag! as u might've noticed the ad banner is one such avenue i've taken in order to get my name in peoples faces HAHAHAHAHAA! cheers man...
you mean,this piece doesn't speak to you?i can see how this great artist can be lost on many people,his daring approach to the rendership of the words suggests a mind that is unique and ground breaking in every sense.its time we all looked deeper into our souls and learn to unlock the hidden transcripts of valhalla, lest we be foresaken and banished into the fiery depths of the abandoned nation.lo,many a man hath stood courageously before this one,and he who shall seek shall prosper etc etc
okay its come back to me on the random posters,it has to be fate;i'm tempted to say this is a ground breaking poster but i won't, why? because it leans too heavily on fauvism to be considered anything more than a pastiche.you can see how the artist has managed to put over the effect of a somewhat,hurried mind at work.however,on closer inspection,one can find remnants of a more constructive approach to the design of this piece.the suggestion that the midnight sun sets in the east is most compelling,surely "9PM" is a sarcastic scoff in the face of an unwitting public who aspire to the rising and setting of the sun at a precontrived "time",to the more learned viewer it is obvious the midnight sun doesn't set at 9pm.hench the great humour behind this work that only this artist is capable of portaying with such aplomb and ease.