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DESIGNER:
Traci Edwards 
VENUE:
Bottletree
Birmingham
AL
USA
 
SUBMITTED BY:
tracefaceSend traceface a message
2007-01-26 11:39:15
 
BANDS:
Midlake
Tacks, The Boy Disaster
Through The Sparks



Midlake Poster - Bottletree, Birmingham - Traci Edwards



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MeelooSend Meeloo a message :   Evil breath.   2007-01-30 10:50:40
dennyschmickleSend dennyschmickle a message :   Rilly awexume   2007-01-30 10:48:33
tracefaceSend traceface a message :   hey forcefed, the wolf is halftoned. It's a black halftone over a red but you can't tell it from the small picture size.
Zach!
  2007-01-30 10:47:29
ImJustRickGSend ImJustRickG a message :   Sweet. I like the yellow box.   2007-01-29 10:05:58
danieldangerSend danieldanger a message :   haha, awesome.   2007-01-29 00:23:42
El Negro Magnifico!Send El Negro Magnifico! a message :   That's it....no more onion bagels for you, mister!   2007-01-28 18:25:09
electr.Send electr. a message :   maximum foxbreath!   2007-01-28 06:56:44
forcefedSend forcefed a message :   If mr. fox was b&w and you left the toung red, that'd be cool too.   2007-01-27 18:40:20
forcefedSend forcefed a message :   cool, I wish mr. fox was b&w, and halftoned or something.   2007-01-27 18:38:28
fantasygoatSend fantasygoat a message :   Cough   2007-01-27 18:31:04
getoutoftheleftlaneSend getoutoftheleftlane a message :   hair ball?   2007-01-27 17:41:37
Zach HobbsSend Zach Hobbs a message :   traci!   2007-01-27 15:26:55
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