LemonWheel 20th Anniversary 18 Pollock
Posted: Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:41 am
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Is 300 divisible by 9?applehead wrote:curious if the colorways are distributed evenly, or if some colors are rarer than others?
Thanks. I'm guessing I got the brighter French paper then, as the yellow lemon doesn't pop off the paper as much as I expected. Nice, thick ink though!earlgreytoast wrote:I think the french would be a bright white and the stonehenge not quite as bright. Not sure how to tell them apart unless you have 1 of each though - probably a pretty subtle difference.
I think it's really hard to say, since within each paper stock variant he played with the inks. Lots of permutations in this run. Pretty nifty.applehead wrote:curious if the colorways are distributed evenly, or if some colors are rarer than others?
I'd love to see a pic of that bronze paper. Yeah, Lemonwheel was primo. I did the Clifford Ball, Went, Wheel and Cypress and the Lemonwheel was such a chill weekend for me. We got onto the grounds a day early, I actually chatted with Mike in the campgrounds for a bit, the weather was perfect and Phish played a solid six sets. So cool of Jim to print these 20 years later.earlgreytoast wrote:Cool, you're psyched. I was hoping for one that had some yellow in it but got one on mirror bronze paper. Still cool AF though and stoked I was able to nab one. After Clifford, Lemonwheel was my favorite festie.
There are 10 color ways, and from reading the blog, some are rarer than others:RambosRemodeler wrote:Is 300 divisible by 9?applehead wrote:curious if the colorways are distributed evenly, or if some colors are rarer than others?