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Postby Yamar on Fri Jan 26, 2007 6:36 pm

OK... from the Emek Decemberists print thread, I'm just gonna head out there and post up a couple of pics of some of the prints hanging in my humble abode. If y'all want to see them all, I can post 'em but these few show most of the major groupings.
Ask and I can do pics of an individual print and/or give details on how it's framed. I have framed 3 Dan McCarthy prints as well -- Don Stepped, Gloaming (subscriber print), and 3 of Hearts -- but they are all at my girl's place and I have no shots of them in their home.
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right side of the "main" wall in my living room (mostly dominated by the 4 Leia Bell animal gig prints - and that's a 1st edition Polar Bear :) )
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and the left side of the same (a Jay Ryan Hum Downward is Heavenward, the pair of small Horkey prints)
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A mass of stuff, favorites being the Factor27 Interpol and Emek Pixies. The Aesthetic Apparatus Bob Mould glows in the dark too...
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One corner of my bedroom - a Mike King Interpol and Print Mafia's Les Savy Fav (and the cats look at you when you enter the room)
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Postby coxgt on Fri Jan 26, 2007 6:44 pm

post em up! I'd like to see em. I always like to get new ideas and check out others framed prints. 8)

dang I got slow connection. didn't see you pics at first! :oops:

Nice!
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Postby sunsetbrew on Fri Jan 26, 2007 6:48 pm

Hell yeah! Great pics!
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Postby Yamar on Fri Jan 26, 2007 6:55 pm

A couple more...
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'Nuff Said!
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GBV by Postergirl Press. Nice and simple, frame by thegig - triple matte that really pops out the colors :)
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Justin Hampton's Mazzy Star... love this one
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Sean Carroll's Rollins print - one of my all-time faves. Great colors, good image/though for Henry's spoken word stuff IMHO
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Postby coxgt on Fri Jan 26, 2007 7:02 pm

My Jermaine "Exhausted Beauty" Print framed

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Postby housedog777 on Fri Jan 26, 2007 7:09 pm

^^^^BOING!!

niiiiiiiiiice.......
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Postby elscorcho on Fri Jan 26, 2007 7:12 pm

That's a tight 5x stack of mats on Jimi. Let's see that a bit closer please. Looks pretty.
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Postby coxgt on Fri Jan 26, 2007 7:15 pm

Thanks! Just got this framed last week. An emek Brighteyes handbill! Thanks for the freebie emek!
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Postby Yamar on Fri Jan 26, 2007 7:16 pm

Now that's pretty. And given the size, I'd wager the frame price didn't kill ya either!
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Postby coxgt on Fri Jan 26, 2007 7:20 pm

elscorcho wrote:That's a tight 5x stack of mats on Jimi. Let's see that a bit closer please. Looks pretty.


Thanks, its actually a triple mat. But the one closest to the print has an alternative color core (giving it that look of another mat)
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Postby palehighway on Fri Jan 26, 2007 7:52 pm

how do you post a picture? i quickly glanced through the help threads and did a forum search, i may be at a level too remedial for expressobeans. is there a forum for this or are the instructions so obvious that i'm going to feel like a real dummy for not knowing them? Is the answer in adding it as an attachment or do i use the Img* function(which i'm not sure what to do with either)? [/img]
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Postby getoutoftheleftlane on Fri Jan 26, 2007 8:05 pm

The image has to be hosted first. You can go through some site such as ImageShack. Once it is hosted you copy and paste the url addy between these: [img]image%20url%20goes%20here[/img]
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Postby Codeblue on Fri Jan 26, 2007 8:12 pm

getoutoftheleftlane wrote:The image has to be hosted first. You can go through some site such as ImageShack. Once it is hosted you copy and paste the url addy between these: [img]image%20url%20goes%20here[/img]

Or you can upload the image to EB under the appropriate poster listing then share in the forum with the one of the links from the "discuss remotely" option.
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Postby sunsetbrew on Fri Jan 26, 2007 8:13 pm

Codeblue wrote:
getoutoftheleftlane wrote:The image has to be hosted first. You can go through some site such as ImageShack. Once it is hosted you copy and paste the url addy between these: [img]image%20url%20goes%20here[/img]

Or you can upload the image to EB then share in the forum with the "share remotely" option.


This is the best option because then the image will be there for people to enjoy years from now.
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Postby Codeblue on Fri Jan 26, 2007 8:15 pm

sunsetbrew wrote:
Codeblue wrote:
getoutoftheleftlane wrote:The image has to be hosted first. You can go through some site such as ImageShack. Once it is hosted you copy and paste the url addy between these: [img]image%20url%20goes%20here[/img]

Or you can upload the image to EB then share in the forum with the "share remotely" option.


This is the best option because then the image will be there for people to enjoy years from now.


You quoted me too quickly! :o
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