The Triple Rock tells me that mine get swiped pretty fast, too. I've seen it too, even the black and white posters. I have heard stories of poster swiping ettiquette, where the 'swiper' would wait until the day after the event to swipe it. I think that's beautiful.
As far as a massive wheatpasting campaign, the power is in our hands.
I see a lot of posters out there that AREN'T on this site, and I have no idea who did them.
I know Amy Jo gets her stuff everywhere. Her poster for Song of Zarathustra I snagged from a Cheapo in Fridley! What the hell was she putting up posters in FRIDLEY for?! (of course, i was doing the same thing)
I know what you're saying, but I think the poster folk that i know do a good job of distributing and getting the work done with enough time to realistically promote. I've never met you, and don't know your crowd, but I do know you used to have with Ewing, so you're not to be trusted. :wink:
I never leave home without my portfolio, and in it I have copies of posters for whatever shows are upcoming, and i leave a trail.
I think Squad19 will be doing some guerrilla style tactics in the future. That Nate is a mischevious one.
That wasn't me.
I've never made a bunch of money.
I've seen AA posters in record store windows. I've seen my stuff in record store windows, and I didn't even ask to put it up there. I general flood the bulletin boards of coffee shops, bars, record stores, and practice spaces for bands.
I played a show with the Capitol Years. kinda.
They showed up after playing somewhere else across town and cause they knew someone who worked at the bar, they got to play after the rest of the bill had played.
They sound good, but don't do anything for me.