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White Stripes Poster - Crunchzone - Charles Stanley Doll IV
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Unknown Mortal Orchestra Poster - Tour Poster - Copete Cohete
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Guided By Voices Poster - Cannery Ballroom, Nashville - Andrew Vastagh
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Mayor Daley Poster - River Boat, Minneapolis - Brian David Downs
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Dungen Poster - Carson Creek Ranch, Austin - Dylan Fant
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Pop Group Poster - Neumos, Seattle - Matt Empson
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Royal Trux Poster - Thalia Hall, Chicago - Nate Duval
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Isis Poster - Avalon, New York City - Tara McPherson
GIGARTSend GIGART a message 2006-06-28 11:47:42
  Looks awesome!

Isis Poster - Avalon, New York City - Tara McPherson
GIGARTSend GIGART a message 2006-06-28 11:23:46
  Guess what I got yesterday in the mail!!!!

Suicide Machines Poster - Foro Alicia, Mexico City - Benjamin Estrada
GIGARTSend GIGART a message 2006-06-26 17:17:20
  Before I got into silk screens...all of my work was offset...I was able to use as many colors as I wanted and really get more depth and detail...now with silk screens I have made my art work, having in mind the separations, the cost per color, etc...this has simplified my look at times, but also gotten me to find new and exciting ways of making it work...

So I still do both...I agree that silk screened posters are more highly regarded by collectors and I can understand why...

When I do a printed piece for the Fillmore for example, I get to design without constraints I would have with my screens...

I have no problem with either way.

I think this poster is cool...lots of details, nice illustration and colors...nice job.

Meteors Poster - The Casbah, San Diego - Mark Sgarbossa
GIGARTSend GIGART a message 2006-06-24 00:01:26
  This one is great...love the characters and colors...I can hear the music from this poster...

Inspiral Carpets Poster - Tokyo Project, Oldham - Nick Rhodes
GIGARTSend GIGART a message 2006-06-23 23:58:19
  Well done!

Sonic Youth Poster - Moore Theatre, Seattle - Dan Stiles
GIGARTSend GIGART a message 2006-06-23 23:56:07
  Awesome Sonic Youth posters lately...this one is great!

Sonic Youth Poster - Hilton Theatre, Reno - John Howard
GIGARTSend GIGART a message 2006-06-23 23:49:47
  Man, John...this kills...It totally has that circus poster going on mixed with your detailed illustration touches...great lettering on Sonic Youth...I will be needing one of these!

Draft Riots Poster - The Mad Frog, Cincinnati - Bill Green
GIGARTSend GIGART a message 2006-06-23 23:46:45
  Really nice Bill...I am digging your latest work, the text made in some interesting perspective and ideas...they have a very cool feel to them...this one is great!!

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