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ha! would be cool if that crosshair was pointed at dresden... awesome to see this on real maps
Nice idea alright.
Great poster, i'll need to obtain one
great work again emek...really nice...
This is really cool. Nice idea.
I hear the google earth satellite has a laser that fries anyone it detects even contemplating using one of their images on a poster.
That's why I wear a lead helmet and reflective mylar suit.
the simpsons did it first.
we have access to a bunch of old maps. we were just waiting for the right gig. Nice one Emek.
Now we better not see anyone printing on old arial photos or the rip off cops will be coming down on you buddy.
I dig it and the U.S. Bombs... Duane Peters is an animal
printing on some old maps was a lot easier than trying to print on the sides of a bunch of old abandoned factories.. i took the idea of this poster from your "name"
aw man.... I was going to do one of these... Now if I ever print on a topo map I'll be ripping off emek and some jackass will make this comment:
I'm falling out of favor with Rob
holy shit.....my house!!!
where did you get the maps from? fuckin awesome
what a waste of a classic map. or not.
maps are emo
El Negro Magnifico!
Heh...you called him "erin". Heehee!
oh, shut it erin.
El Negro Magnifico!
50 year-old maps! Wow...
holy crap! this scares the shit outta me! irak, iran, are there any maps of Canada Emek? are they targeting us too?
but.... we.... uuhhhh....
i also like this lots.
Great job, perfect execution.
very nice idea man!
awesome concept and execution!
Oh man this really a great idea. Did this cost of a fortune or did you hit the jackpot with a bunch of cheap maps.
jason head of state
goddamn this is nice. we just did something really similar. but different. you'll see. doh!
3 color silkscreen on 50 year old maps every single map is differrent http://www.emek.net/posters/u/us_bombs_details.html
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