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Mastodon Poster - Azkena Rock, Vitoria Gasteiz - Eledu Monostereo
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Ryan Adams Poster - Sydney Opera House, Sydney - Ivan Minsloff
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Wilco Poster - Red Rocks Amphitheatre - Nate Harris
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Spoon Poster - Austin City Limits Studio, Austin - Farley Bookout
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Shalalalas Poster - Primaverasound, Barcelona - Fabio Meschini
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And Also The Trees Poster - Init Club, Rome - Fabio Meschini
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Amos Lee Poster - The Lawn At White River State Park, Indianapolis - Charles Crisler
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Deaths Poster - Eastgate Lounge, Moorhead - Punchgut
SashSend Sash a message 2005-07-28 09:50:36
  As a parody I think it's good b/c it twists a serious, conventional, and conservative image (Neil Diamond) and makes it outré and perverse in a funny way.

Deaths Poster - Eastgate Lounge, Moorhead - Punchgut
SashSend Sash a message 2005-07-28 09:49:36
  I meant "if a parody DOESN'T use a PREVIOUS image, it FAILS."

Deaths Poster - Eastgate Lounge, Moorhead - Punchgut
SashSend Sash a message 2005-07-28 09:47:35
  what I mean is that parodies have to be judged within the qualities of the parody form. otherwise, it's like judging a piece of music by the qualities of, say, painting. A GREAT parody MUST use a previous image. if a parody DOESN'T use an original image, it FAILS. As a kid, I loved Wacky Packages, MAD, and Sat. Night Live, etc. Twisting an original thing is kewl in its own right.

Deaths Poster - Eastgate Lounge, Moorhead - Punchgut
SashSend Sash a message 2005-07-28 09:21:07
  Parodies by definition are not original in the same way that other art forms are since they can only exist in relation to the thing parodied and explicitly build on it. It becomes a matter of how clever or creative or biting that modification of the original thing is. With this poster, I'm ambivalent. It's a cliche'd idea but yet still a striking image graphically. So go figure...

 Poster - Launchpad, Burque - Delanorock
SashSend Sash a message 2005-07-27 20:24:48
  purple border. I'm thinking a cool name for a band would be Purple Sabbath.

John Monopoly Poster - Bridge Street Station, Fairhaven - Matthew Thomas
SashSend Sash a message 2005-07-27 14:08:22
  Woody Woodpecker on LSD

White Rainbow Poster - Berbatis, Portland - E Rock
SashSend Sash a message 2005-07-27 10:25:51
  E Rock's work has graphic flair. Or flare?

1999 Poster - Towne Lounge, Portland - E Rock
SashSend Sash a message 2005-07-27 10:22:59
  real cool

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