Evacuation I 09 Keyes

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Postby adamlikesthings on Wed Mar 23, 2011 2:27 pm

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Tadrules wrote:historically silkscreened runs have all been graded from best to worst and then editioned accordingly. best going to the AP run, and then numbering from best to good. ....not worst. that practice seems to have been forgotten about...and now they just pick the best for the AP run, and then just go to town on the rest. seems to be a lost practice, and like you said, wouldn't matter on a giclee no matter what.


got my Sowers print #346/350 and there was absolutely nothing wrong - NO FLAKING


number 248/250 in tim doyle's apocalypse now poster which was screen printed and absolutely flawless
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Postby BadJustin on Wed Mar 23, 2011 7:28 pm

adamlikesthings wrote:
gazastripper wrote:
Tadrules wrote:historically silkscreened runs have all been graded from best to worst and then editioned accordingly. best going to the AP run, and then numbering from best to good. ....not worst. that practice seems to have been forgotten about...and now they just pick the best for the AP run, and then just go to town on the rest. seems to be a lost practice, and like you said, wouldn't matter on a giclee no matter what.


got my Sowers print #346/350 and there was absolutely nothing wrong - NO FLAKING


number 248/250 in tim doyle's apocalypse now poster which was screen printed and absolutely flawless



I've seen multiple prints from various points in a run and have yet to notice a difference. Not saying that it's not possible just saying I've never experienced it.
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Postby casoriat on Wed Mar 23, 2011 8:22 pm

+1 on my first keys... Love how EB turns me on to new art.
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Postby smokeycat on Thu Mar 24, 2011 7:52 pm

are there higher number runs registered by eb users? this ones up there! congrats josh! great job! :clap:
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Postby electrachrome on Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:21 pm

smokeycat wrote:are there higher number runs registered by eb users? this ones up there! congrats josh! great job! :clap:

maybe I'm not understanding your question right, but this poster has an edition of 11 thousand.
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Postby smokeycat on Thu Mar 24, 2011 9:33 pm

electrachrome wrote:
smokeycat wrote:are there higher number runs registered by eb users? this ones up there! congrats josh! great job! :clap:

maybe I'm not understanding your question right, but this poster has an edition of 11 thousand.
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sorry i had meant in eb user's collections. although i see this one also has 885 listed. wow! :)thanks
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Postby whl10 on Fri Mar 25, 2011 1:47 am

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Postby adamlikesthings on Fri Mar 25, 2011 11:17 am

got my shipping confirmation today :D

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Postby burndisneyland on Fri Mar 25, 2011 2:03 pm

adamlikesthings wrote:got my shipping confirmation today :D

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Postby LMG on Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:24 am

I have a question, after you log in to paypal, does anything come afterwards? I just try logging in and then nothing changes but it seems like everything was done. Was my order completed? I did it twice so will I be charged twice as well?

Btw I hate to be 'that guy' but isnt there a mistake in the print? So the top right corner is meant to be behind the fire hydrant right? But looking from the top-bottom, you'll see water above the corner which would imply that the corner is in front of the hydrant....right?
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Postby retter on Mon Mar 28, 2011 12:31 am

LMG wrote:I have a question, after you log in to paypal, does anything come afterwards? I just try logging in and then nothing changes but it seems like everything was done. Was my order completed? I did it twice so will I be charged twice as well?

Btw I hate to be 'that guy' but isnt there a mistake in the print? So the top right corner is meant to be behind the fire hydrant right? But looking from the top-bottom, you'll see water above the corner which would imply that the corner is in front of the hydrant....right?


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Postby thekharmainitiative on Mon Mar 28, 2011 1:51 am

LMG wrote:I have a question, after you log in to paypal, does anything come afterwards? I just try logging in and then nothing changes but it seems like everything was done. Was my order completed? I did it twice so will I be charged twice as well?

Btw I hate to be 'that guy' but isnt there a mistake in the print? So the top right corner is meant to be behind the fire hydrant right? But looking from the top-bottom, you'll see water above the corner which would imply that the corner is in front of the hydrant....right?


I have no idea how to look at something from the top-bottom, but I think if you look at the ground in the print, it will correct your perspective.
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Postby LMG on Mon Mar 28, 2011 2:29 am

thekharmainitiative wrote:
LMG wrote:I have a question, after you log in to paypal, does anything come afterwards? I just try logging in and then nothing changes but it seems like everything was done. Was my order completed? I did it twice so will I be charged twice as well?

Btw I hate to be 'that guy' but isnt there a mistake in the print? So the top right corner is meant to be behind the fire hydrant right? But looking from the top-bottom, you'll see water above the corner which would imply that the corner is in front of the hydrant....right?


I have no idea how to look at something from the top-bottom, but I think if you look at the ground in the print, it will correct your perspective.


Oh, I meant from the top to the bottom. So I tried doing what you said and looking at the ground, everything's fine. But then start tracing the line upwards; now if that corner was really meant to be further away from us, shouldn't it continue up to the very top?

drymount my eyes, I'm sure I'm wrong and I'm getting a headache cuz of staring at this :(
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Postby SteveKai on Mon Mar 28, 2011 2:47 am

anyone got a # count as of tonight? Has it hit 2,000 yet?
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Postby thekharmainitiative on Mon Mar 28, 2011 3:36 am

According to the site it's at 1984.
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