White Stripes Portland 02 Burwell

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Tue Jan 22, 2008 11:34 pm

Nice pics! 8)
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Tue Jan 22, 2008 11:38 pm

Guy really captured Meg's "essence" well in this one.
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Fri Feb 12, 2010 12:25 pm

If by essence you mean bewbs, I agree
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best in the biz
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Sun Feb 08, 2015 3:33 pm

I believe the information regarding this print requires some clarification. Guy did a show in Brooklyn several years ago where I had the opportunity to discuss this very poster with him.

I was confused when I saw the 1st S/N'd version of this poster avail because I had earlier reached out to Guy and purchased an UNSIGNED/UN-NUMBERED version when I first saw this around the time of the show. At the time, as I recall, this was the poster that made me take notice of Guy's gigposter work on GP. I emailed him and I was able to arrange to purchase one. LATER, once his website had been put up/updated there were S/N versions (x of 100) that went quickly. So in Brooklyn, I asked him about this and he explained that he had originally produced ~40 pieces w/o S/N'g for Thrasher. He was still in LA, at the time, but the GP community had begun to take notice of his work and I'm speculating that he was also taking notice of the community, as well, from the resultant buzz this poster had generated. He did confirm that night, that I had rec'd one of the original run of 40. Hopefully, Guy will read this and either confirm/or deny this information - but this is my understanding based on that conversation in NY years ago.

So this would make the unsigned/un-numbered version the original of three editions.
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Nice White Stripes poster and thanks for clearing things up.
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Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:11 pm

gordo55 wrote:I believe the information regarding this print requires some clarification.

I had earlier purchased an UNSIGNED/UN-NUMBERED version. LATER there were S/N versions (x of 100) available through Guy's website. In Brooklyn he explained that he had originally produced ~40 pieces w/o S/N'g for Thrasher. He was still in LA at the time.

Bottom line: The unsigned/un-numbered version is the first of three editions.
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