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Tallest Man On Earth Poster - House Of Blues, Dallas - Bee Things
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Red Fang Poster - Le Trabendo, Paris - Arrache-toi Un Oeil
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Sharon Van Etten Poster - Pitchfork Music Festival, Chicago - Crosshair
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Shapers Poster - The Burlington, Chicago - Ryan Duggan
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Maps And Atlases Poster - The Waiting Room Lounge - Inhale
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311 Poster - Gillioz Theater, Springfield - Justin Hampton
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Knife Death Poster - Lindbergs, Springfield - Rogan Howitt
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Avenged Sevenfold Poster - Henry Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles - Wrecking Crew
SashSend Sash a message 2004-11-01 19:41:29
  it has to do w/ taste and perspective because what you think may not fit the band may fit the band in someone else's eyes.

Avenged Sevenfold Poster - Henry Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles - Wrecking Crew
SashSend Sash a message 2004-11-01 18:55:32
  yeah well, a lot of this is due to taste and perspective, not so much hard & fast rules.

Avenged Sevenfold Poster - Henry Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles - Wrecking Crew
SashSend Sash a message 2004-11-01 18:31:57
  I coined the term in a gp context yesterday on EzraPound's CC poster thread. I mean "technician" to be one who is hired to do graphics work in order to execute someone else's ideas or visions or imagery. But not so much as a creator, per se.

Cannibal Corpse Poster - Masquerade, Ybor City - Daniel Williams
SashSend Sash a message 2004-10-31 18:22:11
  i think this poster works. it may be too subtle for some death metalheads, but i disagree that an artist is simply a technician that is to comply strictly w/ the band's aesthetic. look at kozik. are we to believe that all those bands were about a twisted Hanna-Barbera cartoon look? come on! and yet those posters worked. why? attitude. context. an artist that merely limits to the band's parameters isn't really contributing too much.

Bureaucrats Poster - Rotters Club
SashSend Sash a message 2004-10-31 10:06:12
  yeah, except for the part where you have to guess what time the show starts.

Ted Nugent Poster - 4th & B, San Diego - R Black
SashSend Sash a message 2004-10-30 22:24:36
  da Nuge played Gibson Byrdland hollow bodies, w/ no cloths... knew exactly where to stand on stage in relation to the amps, depending on which notes he was playing etc.

in the 70s Ted was the fastest and loudest rock'n'roll around... "Weekend Warriors", "State of Shock", "Scream Dream" "Intensities In 10 Cities"...
:bang: :arrow: :looney:

Dosh Poster - Tour Poster - Burlesque of North America
SashSend Sash a message 2004-10-29 06:21:45
  rox!

Mdc Poster - The Dry House, Morgantown - Art Reco
SashSend Sash a message 2004-10-28 21:13:10
  randomizer cowboy with ancient hindu symbol on arm

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