Re: Black Keys Greenville 14 Sperry
Posted: Mon Dec 15, 2014 2:46 am
Kids these days, always expecting some kind of video tutorial on how to score easily.
Art discussion forum.
The issue I have with this is that I finally started to get decent results at Sperry drops after failing so many times and having to go to the secondary market. Like others said, we've all had to experience countless failed drops to somewhat figure it out and even at that point it's no guarantee you'll score a print. Good luck in the future and hopefully you'll be able to figure it out on your own - it will certainly feel more rewarding when you do.pinkwonderpony wrote:When does Sperry typically drop his posters? Have been trying to get a Keys print of his for awhile and always miss them. Also, do people use bots for these because they sell out uber quick? If bots are used, how do I buy one/make one?
You paid for your info so don't walk around acting like you have learned the ropes yourself.Greatplainsman wrote:Lol! Get outa here with this fudge! Earn your own info. Takes time. Time. And more Time. Doesn't come easy.
What kind of person comes here with nothing to offer and expects the keys to the castle? Seriously. Have you ever had to work for fudge. Pfff. Annoying. As if getting these posters isn't already hard enough ever since Mondo quit releasing posters worth buying.
Haven It is my greatest pain. Lol. Benny, Just a quick note before our english professor gets on you about grammar and punctuation! They are cliff's notes. Not cliff notes!! Does anyone actually discuss the art on these threads? This is a small community people! Some of you basement dwellers might want to be careful chatting it up with people in the poster lines. Could end up getting smacked in the mouth rather than getting a high-five. I'm in the Atlanta area PM me if you want to get together for a face to face grammar lessonhaven wrote:Apparently it's his life's great pain that Black Keys fans who aren't true ebeans collectors are allowed to buy this majestic piece of art to commemorate their show going experience.boatingbenny wrote:Cliff notes version please.Robert1013 wrote:The poster scene at a Keys show is weak to say the least! Which works out if you're there but IMO makes the secondary market hard to score. If the print did sell out after the show it was purchased by folks who have never heard of reselling a piece of rock poster art. Cheers and and GoodLuck on your hunt if you decide to embark on that hunt.
There is little that pains me more than to watch no collectors getting these things, the thing that pains me the most though is to watch these people who have no idea what they have, treat it as such.
The print's beautiful, as always, worth "dropping" by chucks today!!