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Jermaine
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:15 pm

walterfredo wrote:enough talk about Rene, we're all sick of him as is.

More talk about the show at Mr. Musichead. I'll keep an eye out for updates as to when it will be.
yea...im gonna release an art print, a concert print, and a toy there.
i owe sam for screwing up his schedules...
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:15 pm

Imatruck wrote:let's talk variants
Whatdya want to know?
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Imatruck
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:16 pm

you stopped, but has PNE?
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:17 pm

JR,
Just out of curiosity, how big is the Sub tube that youre sending out. Or will it be in multiple tubez? I am eager to see what it may hold :twisted:
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:18 pm

Imatruck wrote:you stopped, but has PNE?
I cant speak for those 2.
Obviously many of you love and cherish those variants...looking at the money you spend on them.

I guess in that sense, I'm nuts.
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:18 pm

Jermaine wrote:
Codeblue wrote:
Jermaine wrote:
Codeblue wrote:Hey look it's Jermaine. So when is the Musichead show happening?
Sometime in Sept. or Oct.
Was supposed to happen beginning in April but pneumonia said, 'no'.

Why? Would you come? One of the guys who told me I should come on here was telling me about the threads on here and how they get and I read a few of them this morning. I had no idea there was that much talk about that Deftones series on here...
Anyways, I saw your name and wondered if you were Andy Jenkins who calls himself ERCodeBlue...but then I knew it couldn't be him...cause you sort of dont dig my stuff that much...

So if you come to Musichead, you bringing a pistol?
I guess you didn't check my collection then. I have all of your good stuff that I can afford. :wink:

I'm not Andy although I wouldn't mind if people that are friends with him get mistaken and want to sell me stuff for cheap.

I would more than likely come. I actually met you at the Scion gallery in Culver City a couple years ago. I didn't have a gun though, sorry.
You seem somewhat disenchanted with my work as of late.
From artist to collector, may I ask...in your personal case and opinion, what am I doing wrong?
(serious question).
In my opinion, the art as of late is just too out there for me. I mainly see a bunch of crazy creatures screened on paper with the band names written on there. I was also hoping for a lot more of the "painted" style posters which I believe you "promised" a year or two ago. I know they take longer, but they are pretty cool and unique when compared with other poster artists primarily illustrated work. I definitely welcome the website and the new shirt design system. However, I was disappointed to see that the designs are almost all designs that were used in recent posters, and many of them are quite large. When I buy a t-shirt I usually like the design to be located in the chest area, not the whole front of the shirt.
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Imatruck
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:18 pm

J,

you should have shipped those sub tubes before the postal increase.

poor planning.
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:18 pm

coxgt wrote:JR,
Just out of curiosity, how big is the Sub tube that youre sending out. Or will it be in multiple tubez? I am eager to see what it may hold :twisted:
multiple tubez.
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:20 pm

how about some jermaine custom shoes....that would be sick
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:20 pm

Jermaine wrote:
coxgt wrote:JR,
Just out of curiosity, how big is the Sub tube that youre sending out. Or will it be in multiple tubez? I am eager to see what it may hold :twisted:
multiple tubez.
sweetz, i told me mailman to watch for the dero invasion :twisted:
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:21 pm

Codeblue wrote:I definitely welcome the website and the new shirt design system. However, I was disappointed to see that the designs are almost all designs that were used in recent posters, and many of them are quite large. When I buy a t-shirt I usually like the design to be located in the chest area, not the whole front of the shirt.
You can resize the shirt images, move them around, flip, etc. I suggest looking at it again.

I personally won't be buying a shirt till they get something other than AA. Give me a nice loose sweatshop tee anyday.

Jermaine when will they stock Hanes?
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philaarts
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:21 pm

sigh.
the new posters added to our site = www.philaarts.blogspot.com

our site= www.philaarts.com

our team= www.philadelphiaeagles.com
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:23 pm

Jermaine wrote:
But I could name a handful of artists who hype and promote their thing like nuts and it just has never really 'worked'. Dont get me wrong...on some level, the art HAS to speak to people. And it's all about speaking to the majority or minority of any given scene. Every artists tries to speak to the majority of a given scene and expand his influence to larger 'scenes'. Its the reason why some of us are doing toys, or others are really trying to break into 'fine art'.

Its all the same...same gig, different sized 'scenes'.
The biggest 'scene' is the mainstream. Thats what Warhol got to.
After a while, you realize that, on a larger scale, being top-dawg in a small scene means kinda nothing.

Relatively speaking.
that kinda hits it on the head. we are a small scene and there are so many kids with setups in their garage/basement/dormroom trying to crack into it. even with all the bands in need of promotion....gigs gallor, bars...tours...it's the artist direct to buyer transaction that pays the bills, right?
This artform has it's feet stuck in two worlds, promotion and commemorative souvenir. If the bands like (or love) it, but the majority of YOUR fans don't....well, thats the delema. who is paying the bills in the end?
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:23 pm

marshhouse wrote:
Codeblue wrote:I definitely welcome the website and the new shirt design system. However, I was disappointed to see that the designs are almost all designs that were used in recent posters, and many of them are quite large. When I buy a t-shirt I usually like the design to be located in the chest area, not the whole front of the shirt.
You can resize the shirt images, move them around, flip, etc. I suggest looking at it again.

I personally won't be buying a shirt till they get something other than AA. Give me a nice loose sweatshop tee anyday.

Jermaine when will they stock Hanes?
Aah, I guess I didn't play with the shirt system enough. I like the AA shirts, they accentuate my muskells.
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Mon May 14, 2007 2:23 pm

I am glad that you stopped doing variants. Something seems gimicky about them to me.
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