can you imagine how this would look if someone who DIDN'T know how to silkscreen tried to print it? the fact that all that something so detailed got registered so well is just as impressive (in my opinion) as the artwork.
ay yi yi! you just like it when girls call to play piglet noises on your phone.
time? umm... poster-thirty? when i can bribe mike to change the website? i'm sure we'll post something on GP when it happens.
nope, we're just doing an on-sale on oct. 8th. no presale cuz i'd get confused with the HURRICANE PRINT PRESALE. nudge, nudge.
also, funny story: we got these cut down at 1am on saturday morning/friday night at this crazy print shop out in the suburbs (across from ValleyFair!), and the guys were so nice and all, but it was funny watching them try to read it. Finally they came over and asked.
:) word on the street is that the first 10-20 sets ordered will have the super-duper rare variant of this on the fantomas-orange-colored paper instead of the pink. those would be just one set like that per customer, tho.
holy crap wes/aaron. no wonder your arms was tired. i wish i would have skipped school friday morning to see this being made. i'm going to need to move to a bigger apartment so i can put all these on my walls.
For some time i wasn't too bothered by any the Burlesque posters...hell yeh, they look great n'all but i thought they were computer generated, but when i realised they were hand drawn i almost wept.
They really are creating some of the greatest rock posters ever made.
yeah, all straight out of aaron's head! no wonder he told me his finger was dented from all of the drawing and inking. he said it was dented when he went to bed one night... and still dented the next day.