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DESIGNER:
Justin Hampton 
VENUE:
Moe
Seattle
WA
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
Justin Hampton 
2002-02-06 18:45:07
 
BANDS:
American Music Club, The
Come
Sage



American Music Club Poster - Moe, Seattle - Justin Hampton



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PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   Buttaface.   2005-01-14 06:19:37
ENothingSend ENothing a message :   Randomizer gave me 2 Hamptons in a row. He's hijacked it   2003-02-19 13:00:02
HamptonSend Hampton a message :   The edition was numbered at...250 copies? That was a long time ago, I think it was something like that. $25 was a really good deal.   2002-08-30 18:17:05
BlueJellyBeanSend BlueJellyBean a message :   Copy of this was up on eBAY last week, Justin...Thought $25 was a steal but instinct told me to pass..some things canít be explained..Was the edition numbered?   2002-08-30 18:04:13
HamptonSend Hampton a message :   Brian, thanks. This was my first "big" poster for Artrock back in 94'. BLT printed it and it sold out almost immediately. It's weird that my most simple posters always sell better than my more complex or design oriented ones. The "look" that I have devloped as being moody or monochromatic came from doing posters like this with a super limited budget and trying to make it work under the limitations. After I got more money to print with I actually decided to stick with the monochrome look as a style choice. Pushing yourself with limitations will make you grow.
You should really do some silkscreens man, it will take your already amazing work to another level, I swear.
  2002-08-30 14:46:10
EwingSend Ewing a message :   Saw this at Amoeba...totally blew me away as far as using white on a toned paper. Smart use of colors (and paper) and the glare on the window is nothing to sneeze at but it's so cool!
It's tough to design with a fewcolors when you've been spoiled by a computer and offset printing
  2002-08-30 13:58:17
5RockSend 5Rock a message :   Everyone's said it... but I agree... nothing beats screening white onto chip board... nothing.   2002-03-06 15:22:18
HamptonSend Hampton a message :   Thanks alot, this was one of the first silkscreens of mine, #3 to be exact, circa 1994.   2002-02-07 14:51:48
KJSend KJ a message :   I love working on non-white paper. Super high-contrast with black and white. And this woman has a great face.   2002-02-07 12:18:02
PediniSend Pedini a message :   Great use of the non-white, neutral paper color! I also applaud your hand-drawn text!   2002-02-07 12:07:40
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