their mouths look weird.
their mouths look weird.
January 30 - Sleep
February 12 - Alcest
March 2 - Deafheaven
March 3 - Against Me!
March 31 - Eric Prydz
April 14-16 - Coachella
April 22 - Sleep
May 4 - The Weeknd
May 20 - Mastodon/EODM/Russian Circles
June 9 - Sigur Rós
July 3 - Roger Waters
July 30 - Panorama Festival
August 17-20 - Psycho Las Vegas
September 9 - Green Day
October 6-8 - ACL wknd. 1
It is a 20" x 30", so its got more room for all thats going on then a regular gig poster. EMEK definitely stepped outside of his box on this one.
Tyler Stout Black Keys - metallic inks
This tour of theirs is insane for posters. If you check the 2nd post on this page over on EB you can see them all http://forum.expressobeans.com/viewt...9298&start=375
Hey, so is anyone a City of Lost Children fan? I have an extra print from a screening of it that Ken Taylor did. As my own copy is already framed, I hate seeing this just sit in the file while someone thats a fan of this awesome movie could be enjoying it. I'm thinking I want to sell it and ship it for $55 total, which I think is fair since it was $75 for it and exclusive to the screening. Or you can send me a message. It's really awesome in person as the red is a ruby metallic ink. If you are interested and would like pictures I could take some maybe. Let me know.
Numbered run of 245.
"here is the regular version for one of my favorite films of all time - THE CITY OF LOST CHILDREN - its an 8 color 24 x 36 silkscreen printed by the fine folks at d&l for the mondo mystery movie at the new beverly theatre in LA last night." - Ken Taylor
I don't plan on doing this often, but if anyone isn't into me trying to sell something in here let it be said and I'll remove my post. Thanks.
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Not a show poster but a pretty cool Daft Punk poster, glow in the dark:
Also in green.
The pyramid at the bottom looks really forced and kind draws attention away from the awesomeness of the rest of the poster
Tyler Stout is having the lottery sale for his Black Keys and Wrath of Khan prints if you'd like to enter to buy one. http://tstoutinfo.blogspot.com/2012/...s-norfolk.html
Anyone have any info on this year's Coachella poster? Is Emek doing it again or someone else?
Yes, Emek is doing it again this year. He recently tweeted about finishing it.
Too bad its going to cost $500.
The regular was $75 and the red variant was $175 in 2011
Anderson Design travel posters are having a sale via Fab.com. Here are a couple that I like:
10/29 Hot Chip @ The Fox Theatre
11/07 Rufus Du Sol @ The Mezzanine (?)
11/13 Mr Little Jeans @ The Rickshaw Stop
11/20 Keep Shelly in Athens @ Awaken
So Mike Mitchell has a show at Gallery 1988 right now and the prints just went up for sale online. All of them hilarious. If you even remotely like geek/pop culture with a twist you need to scroll through these. Mike is also a really nice guy and does awesome work! http://nineteeneightyeight.com/colle...l-just-like-us
There's over 65 pieces on display, so you should go check it out if you can! There are prints and the original for each.
I'll post some favorites:
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i love those!
less bad guys. haha.
Jay Ryan sale. Bunch of posters at $16. The Bird Machine is handling the shipping, fab just gives you the deal.
Emek posted this preview today. I surmise that its the print for Radiohead at the Santa Barbara Bowl, with the "Nederlander Concerts" and EMEK's past relationship with the venue and band. I have no idea how this is printed but the texture looks crazy in the picture.
Thanks cutter for the heads up on the Mike Mitchell prints! I think i'll head out over to the gallery on Wednesday
I have several mint show posters that I'm looking to sell. Figured I'd ask you knowledgable peeps in here, what's the best way to do that? Expressobeans?
I know some have sold out so if you are concerned about that you can order them online for the same price, then chose in store pickup at melrose for free and grab them when you get over there. The pictures I've seen are all pretty true to the jpgs being giclee prints if not more vivid. I'll get over there before it closes on the 28th to see the original pieces for sure.
I don't love the head against that really simplified sun that much, but overall that's really amazing, especially the bottom half.
that poster would be way cooler if it was just the bottom two thirds... like from the elbows down.
you could always cut the top off.
BUT THE BORDER!!!!
cut off the top border, then the rest of the top, then line up the top border with the part you like.
then send the part you don't want back to the artist.