in the same school. harry miss irene is right to a point. this does look nice and pleases teh eye but how it relates to the informational description of the show is another subject. i like the poster, as art, but taking this image, if i did not know the racket that the fugazi make, i would be suprised upon arrival at the show. it's a lovely bit of disinformation, and if you take it that way, it's a fugazi in itself. so maybe...nice job.
doh! but thats why i thought that folks were so enraptured by it in the first place, like i was missing something that people were making up in their heads that wasn't there..well okay then, i just like it too
i think your just getting way to analytical about its meaning...i see it as a well done poster for a band i like...that simple. it doesnt need to save the world or spell out some inherent meaning, i just like it.
everyone likes what they like and interprets art in their own individual way, and i wouldn't take away anyones right to do that cause that would make me more of a wanker than u already think i am and would also defeat the object of what this whole modern art business is supposed to be about, but there u are, even if i do like this poster, in my eyes its only cause it looks good, it doesn't make me cum or anything like it does for some people, maybe fugazi sound like chairs i dunno, when i listen to them i can't say that chairs really spring to mind, but for some, maybe so, its amazing to those people i guess.
y'know, i've got nothing against this poster in particular, i like it, its good, it looks good, but what the fuck does it have to do with fugazi? ur putting ur own context to it, like u put ur own ideas to what a row of bricks means in a gallery, and dont try and befuddle me with arty farty bollox cos thats exactly what it is, bollox.
"furniture has no say in life. it was made to be used by people. how many times have you felt like a bookcase sittin in the livin room gathering dust? full of thought already written. how bout now?"
my friend Chris took this from the show, it's hanging on his bathroom wall. I have the Pinback poster, which is one of my favorites, you should see the new one that Diane Sudkya did, friggin awesome. Love this man's work.